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Late in life Letty Sanderson yields to a romatic whim and buys the rundown house where she spent holidays as a child and tries, through her choice of tenants, to recreate the blissful atmosphere of the past. But her tenants' hopes and aspirations do not quite fit Letty's dream.
Winner of the Catherine Cookson Award
The first time Julia Beckett saw Greywethers she was only five, but she knew that it was her house. And now that she’s at last become its owner, she suspects that she was drawn there for a reason. As if Greywethers were a portal between wo...
'If modern manhood had let me down, at least the past boasted brighter specimens. To wit, the Scarlet Pimpernel, the Purple Gentian and the Pink Carnation, that dashing trio of spies who kept Napoleon in a froth of rage and the feminine population of England in another sort of froth entire...
RITA Winner for Regency Historical Romance
'There seems to be a message written inside your Christmas pudding. And it's in French. MEET ME AT FARLEY CASTLE, TOMORROW AFTERNOON. MOST URGENT.’
Her great friend Jane Austen warned her against accepting a position at Miss Climpson&rsq...
During World War I, the ancient manor house of Greyladies in rural Wiltshire is requisitioned for a hospital. Its mistress, Harriet Latimer, her husband Joseph and their two sons are allowed to stay in part of the house, but when tragedy strikes Joseph’s brothers, his future at Greyl...
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