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No Stone Unturned

By Patricia Robins
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Patricia Robins
When a body turns up drowned in the quiet English village of Ashwyck, reporter Bob Rudgely's attempt to the identify the man leads him to discover more about the sleepy village then her ever imagined. As the case unfolds, Bob's loving relationship with the art teacher Sandie White seems to unravel in almost parallel proportions. It looks as if Sandie will even turn to another man who's in love with her - golf pro Bill Wells - for consolation as Bob becomes more and more absorbed in the mystery of Ashwyck.
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None But He

By Patricia Robins
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Patricia Robins
When Mandy's boyfriend dies in a motorbike accident, she is left alone with a young child and little money. So when her son's uncle Jon offers her a job as his receptionist - as well as a home with him and his beautiful but spoilt wife, Gillian - she gratefully accepts. But Mandy soon becomes aware of Jon's unhappiness, as well as her own growing love for him. Perhaps if she accepts the attentions of Mike Sinclair, an attractive Irish bachelor, it will help her to keep her true feelings hidden...
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The Night is Thine

By Patricia Robins
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Patricia Robins
Everything had to be arranged well in advance for Lucy's husband - even their love making. But now she was in love with Geoff - himself married to a hopeless alcoholic - and was living through all the joyand agony that only forbidden love can cause.
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No More Loving

By Patricia Robins
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Patricia Robins
What is love? wondered Kerry. She loved her husband, artist Luke Austin, and for her it was an agony. Patient Steve loved Kerry though, and had done for years, staying faithful to her through all the tempestuous period of her marriage.
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Never Say Goodbye

By Claire Lorrimer
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Claire Lorrimer
At 17, Scilla's world fell apart when her first love, Dallas, returned to Australia without even saying goodbye. Ten years later she moves to Libya to make a fresh start as nanny to her sister's children. Her life, at long last, is moving on. But Benghazi was the last place she expected to hear an Australian accent...
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The Noble One

By Denise Robins
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Denise Robins
Growing up in the rugged countryside of the Lake District, Dana loves the animals that roam among the hills, especially the majestic stag she calls The Noble One.When she learns that somebody is trying to kill the stag for the sake of its splendid antlers, she determines to fight for its survival. But the man behind the illegal hunting is also a man who claimed to be in love with her...The struggle is not an easy one - but the arrival of Brett Chalmers, the new Assistant Game Warden, certainly has quite an effect. And not just on the fight for The Noble One.
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Nightingale's Song

By Denise Robins
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Denise Robins
It all happens so fast... Celia's long lost father appears and announces that he is a millionaire. Now, in his last days, he wants to share his life, and his wealth with his only kin - his daughter.Celia is taken from her drab London flat to her father's fabulous villa in Monte Carlo. There she meets Philippe, the dashingly handsome Frenchman who sweeps her into a confusion of fiery passion. And Geoffrey, the solid good-looking Englishman whose love for her is quiet and dependable.Then, suddenly, her father dies - and Celia is a millionairess. Now the ugly question nags at her heart: does the man she desperately loves want her for herself - or for her money?
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Never Look Back

By Denise Robins
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Denise Robins
When Brett Morgan walks out on her, Penny Winn feels her broken heart will never recover. But the Second World War takes her to the Mediterranean where she meets Wing-Commander Timothy Curtis and becomes his wife.Everyone believes Tim Curtis is on his death-bed, but he unexpectedly recovers. Then Penny's old flame Brett Morgan reappears in her life. Isn't that always typical of men?Penny must face her dilemma: stay faithful to her invalid husband, or return to her true love?
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Never Give All

By Denise Robins
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Denise Robins
Pat is a lovely girl who learns after the honeymoon that only experience can teach a woman never to give all - to a man.Also that there is a limit to the time a girl can love a faithless and irresponsible husband.The exotic holiday in Torremolinos is very different from life in a London flat - and no job. "Don't nag." Tim said. But there comes a time when Pat finds it difficult not to do so. And inevitably another better man turns up.
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Nunslinger 3

By Stark Holborn
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Stark Holborn
The year is 1864. Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis, Missouri, to Sacramento, California. During the course of her journey, however, she'll find that her faith requires her to take off her wimple and pick up a gun...NUNSLINGER Book III finds Sister Thomas Josephine, now a fugitive from the law, racing through the harsh Sierra Nevada winter for the Mexican border. Hard on her heels is an old enemy... with a grudge the size of Texas. And she knows that if the cold doesn't kill her, he will.
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Nunslinger 1

By Stark Holborn
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Stark Holborn
The year is 1864. Sister Thomas Josephine is on her way from St Louis, Missouri, to Sacramento, California. During the course of her journey, however, she'll find that her faith requires her to take off her wimple and pick up a gun. Innocent Visitandine nun Sister Thomas Josephine wants nothing more than an adventure-free journey out west. But adventure is what she'll get - and heaps of it - when she's taken hostage by a desperate outlaw on the Laramie Plains of Wyoming. Before long she'll find herself torn between two men, the handsome Union Army Lieutentant Thomas F. Carthy and the mysterious drifter Abraham C. Muir. And soon, one of these men will be staring down the barrel of her gun. In this exclusive, free, all-new ebook, you'll meet Sister Thomas Josephine, the innocent Visitandine nun, and travel along the overland trail with her as she meets varmints and scallywaygs galore. Free for a very limited time only, Nunslinger Book 1 is the first in an extraordinary new series that will publish serially throughout 2014. Don't miss a single instalment - preorder Sister Thomas Josephine's adventures today!
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Nelly Kelly

By Lena Kennedy
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Lena Kennedy
In the turmoil and confusion of London's East End between the wars, young Nelly Kelly soon learns that life may never match her expectations. Forced to keep house for her charming, yet autocratic, father, Nelly toils in a sweatshop to keep her family clothed and fed.But though life is hard, Nelly still has friendship, dancing and her early dreams to cling to. Dreams which slowly crumble as marriage, the war and a lost baby are followed by the heartache of a lost love.Fortune may crush her proud spirit but when faced with a crisis which will test her courage to the limit, no tragedy can change Nelly Kelly's determination to be her own woman.
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A Note of Parting

By Liz Ryan
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Liz Ryan
When Aran Campion leaves her sleepy Irish fishing village for faraway London, she wants both to escape and to grow.  Soon her job, her music, her Saturday market stall make her life too full for the love and marriage that once seemed to be her destiny.  Until she meets a struggling musician called Ben. Despite differences of race, religion, class and education, Ben and Aran seem destined for dizzying success.   Until Aran has to deal, alone, with the child who could spoil all her dreams.'Liz Ryan understands not only a woman's heart but a woman's mind' Terry Keane Sunday Times
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Night Music

By Jojo Moyes
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Jojo Moyes
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Now is the Hour

By Hilary Green
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Hilary Green
In an empty theatre at the end of the pier the cast of the Fairbourne Follies gathers round the radio to hear Neville Chamberlain declare war on Germany. Four firm friends are forced to part. Rose, the beautiful dancer, must return to her family in London and the blitz, leaving singer Richard to enlist in the army with their relationship still unresolved. Gay, asthmatic Merry, the musical director, is destined for the army too, while the object of his unrequited love, charismatic magician, Felix, chooses the RAF. Before long, Rose joins a group entertaining the troops in France. The Nazi war machine however is fast and merciless on the land and in the air and soon all of them find themselves in terrible danger. And as they are struck by the brutality of war they realise exactly who is most important to them and despite the odds, and in terrible circumstances, they determine to find each other again. With the threat of capture, injury and death ever present, the four of them will have to find reserves of courage, love and endurance that they did not know they possessed.
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Never Say Goodbye

By Hilary Green
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Hilary Green
Diana 'Steve' Escott-Stevens knows what she is getting herself into. For 12 months she has fed and looked after agents preparing for a mission in France. She knows that only half of them will come back. But she is young, brave and moreover speaks fluent French. When she applies to become an agent for the Special Operations Executive she is readily accepted and sent off for training to prepare her for the field. The training is demanding; sabotage, codes, hand-to-hand combat, parachute jumps. But it is only too quickly that she finds herself in a Lysander flying to France, where any mistake could mean capture, torture or death, for her and others.
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No Place for a Woman

By Meg Hutchinson
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Meg Hutchinson
Laura Cadman had always assumed she would marry Edmund Shaw, the son of her father's partner, and keep the Shaw and Cadman name. But Edmund's violent refusal is just the beginning. When Jabez Shaw dies, Edmund takes advantage of Laura's father and cheats him out of the engineering works. Not content with that, he manufactures an accusation that lands Mr Cadman in Winson Green Prison. Penniless, her pride hurt and her heart broken, Laura vows to repay every pound that Edmund claims he is owed.Rafe Travers is often at hand when Laura is in trouble, but Edmund's cruel words blind her to Rafe's love. Only when he saves her from Edmund's final wickedness can she believe he loves her, and embrace happiness at last.
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Not a Bird Will Sing

By Audrey Howard
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Audrey Howard
Set on a 19th century farm in rural Lancashire near Liverpool, this heartwarming saga is the story of Poppy Appleton, a girl who grew up in ignorance and poverty but has been adopted by a prosperous farmer's wife.  At Long Reach farm, Eliza Goodall teaches Poppy all the skills she would have passed on to her own daughter: the skills that would enable a young lady to become the mistress of a farm just like Long Reach.  And when the time comes for Eliza's son Richard to choose a wife, it seems only natural that he should choose Poppy.  But though she feels nothing but affection for Richard and all her new family, the only man for whom she has ever felt love is an Irish boy, Conn MacConnell.  And when he returns unexpectedly, Poppy has to choose between loyalty and love.
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