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The Little Women Letters (by Gabrielle Donnelly)

CB Creative Books (11 Dec, 2012)

The Little Women Letters sheds glorious new light on the legendary March sisters when Lulu Atwater, Jo March’s great-great-granddaughter, discovers her private letters…

The Atwaters are a loving, sprawling mess of a family and Fee's three daughters, Emma, Lulu and Sophie couldn't be less alike if they tried. Emma is planning her wedding, Sophie is an up-and-coming actress, but Lulu - the ...

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Love of Seven Dolls (by Paul Gallico)

International Polygonics,U.S. (01 Jan, 1989)

A young girl called Mouche is about to throw herself into the Seine, when her attention is attracted by a voice. It turns out to be the voice of a glove puppet, called Carrot Top. She then meets Reynard the fox, Gigi, Alifanfaron, Dr Duclos, Madame Muscat and Monsieur Nicholas. The story is about her relationship with the seven puppets and their grim puppetmaster, Capitaine Coq, and what happens when she jo ...

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Mothers & Daughters (by Kate Long)

Simon & Schuster UK (18 Feb, 2010)

Carol married young - to philandering Phil - and became a mother young - to highly-strung Jaz. Carol put up with Phil's infidelities: suffer in silence and keep the family together was her mantra. Not so Jaz. The moment she discovers her own husband Ian's errant ways - with a woman he barely knew - she throws him out of the house, changes the locks and bans him from seeing their toddler son Matty. In so ...

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Lila (by Marilynne Robinson)

Virago (07 Oct, 2014)

Lila, homeless and alone after years of roaming the countryside, steps inside a small-town Iowa church-the only available shelter from the rain-and ignites a romance and a debate that will reshape her life. She becomes the wife of a minister and widower, John Ames, and begins a new existence while trying to make sense of the days of suffering that preceded her newfound security. Neglected as a toddler, L ...

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The Butterfly Summer (by Harriet Evans)

Headline Review (19 May, 2016)

What magic is this? You follow the hidden creek towards a long-forgotten house. They call it Keepsake, a place full of wonder ... and danger. Locked inside the crumbling elegance of its walls lies the story of the Butterfly Summer, a story you've been waiting all your life to hear. This house is Nina Parr's birthright. It holds the truth about her family - and a chance to put everything right at la ...

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The Return of Norah Wells (by Virginia Macgregor)

Sphere (14 Jan, 2016)

One ordinary morning, Norah walked out of her house on Willoughby Street and never looked back. Six years later, she returns to the home she walked away from only to find another woman in her place. Fay held Norah's family together after she disappeared, she shares a bed with Norah's husband and Norah's youngest daughter calls Fay 'Mummy'.

Now that Norah has returned, everyone has questions. Where ...

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The Camomile Lawn (by Mary Wesley)

Vintage (01 Jun, 2006)

Behind the large house, the fragrant camomile lawn stretches down to the Cornish cliffs. Here, in the dizzying heat of August 1939, five cousins have gathered at their aunt's house for their annual ritual of a holiday. For most of them it is the last summer of their youth, with the heady exhilarations and freedoms of lost innocence, as well as the fears of the coming war. The Camomile Lawn moves from Cor ...

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An Autumn Crush (by Milly Johnson)

Simon & Schuster UK (29 Sep, 2011)

After a bruising divorce, headstrong Juliet Miller invests in a flat and advertises for a flatmate, little believing that in her mid-thirties she'll find anyone suitable. But along comes self-employed copywriter Floz, raw from her own relationship split, and the two woman hit it off. When Juliet's twin brother Guy meets Floz, he is overcome with a massive crush. But being a shy, gentle giant, he communicate ...

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What Doesn't Kill You (Dark Choc Lit): An intense, emotional, heartbreaking story (Chesil Beach Book (by Laura E James)

Choc Lit (26 Nov, 2015)

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger – but how strong can one person be? Griff Hendry knows what it is to be strong. After a turbulent past, he’s dedicated himself to saving lives, working as a coastguard along the breath-taking shores of Dorset. It's Griff's belief that everyone is worth saving – which is why he can't forgive his father, Logan, for what he did. Griff's future is plunged into un ...

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Did You Ever Have a Family (by Bill Clegg)

Jonathan Cape (25 Aug, 2015)

This book of dark secrets opens with a blaze. On the morning of her daughter's wedding, June Reid's house goes up in flames, destroying her entire family - her present, her past and her future. Fleeing from the carnage, stricken and alone, June finds herself in a motel room by the ocean, hundreds of miles from her Connecticut home, held captive by memories and the mistakes she has made with her only child, ...

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Fates and Furies (by Lauren Groff)

Riverhead Books (15 Sep, 2015)

At age twenty-two, Lotto and Mathilde are tall, glamorous, madly in love and destined for greatness. A decade later, their marriage is still the envy of their friends, but with an electric thrill we understand that things are even more complicated and remarkable than they have seemed. With stunning revelations and multiple threads, and in prose that is vibrantly alive and original, Groff delivers a deeply s ...

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Plotting for Grown-ups (by Sue Hepworth)

Delicately Nuanced (24 Sep, 2013)

“At sixty you’re a dust bunny of society.” But don’t let the b******s hoover you up. Stand up and fight! On the eve of her sixtieth birthday, Sally Howe is hit by a double whammy – not only has her long-haul marriage ended, but her agent can’t find a publisher for her latest book, so it looks as if her writing career is also on the rocks. Although her best friend Wendy is scouring singles ...

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