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Norfolk, 1920. Barbara Bosgrove has lived in the market town of Melsham all her life, and is looking forward to the annual Harvest Supper dinner and ball – the first since the dark days of the First World War.
George Kennett, a fiercely ambitious man, has had his eye on Ba...
Luc and Lisette Ravens – a former French resistance fighter and one-time British spy – have somehow survived the war, but recovering from the horrors of those years is a challenge they're yet to overcome. Casting their fate to the winds, they sail to Tasmania, hoping to rebuild...
Vivien's mother Hilda had always been the black sheep of the family: the only person to have a child out of wedlock; the first person in the family to shake the dust of Liverpool off her feet and emigrate to America; the very last person Vivien had expected to see again. But then, quite su...
Queen of Scotland at six days old.
Queen of France at seventeen years old. keenly watches this new threat to her throne.
A widow at eighteen.
The young and trusting Mary, Queen of Scots, is sailing home to her kingdom after years in exile. The danger from her cousin, the English Q...
It is 1800 and in the quiet village of Felpham hearts are stirring and passions are rising.
At Turret House, the elegant estate of celebrated poet William Hayley Esquire, there is much excitement at the arrival of another poet and engraver, William Blake, to the village.