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Alley Urchin

Author : Josephine Cox
ISBN : 9781788632966
Genre : Fiction
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A captivating historical romance of revenge, hatred, lust and true loveIt is 1870 and Emma Grady has spent seven years of servitude as a convict in Australia. Now, having earned her ticket-of-leave, she is held by chains of honour and friendship. Emma’s loyalty to her kind and gentle employer Roland Thomas, and her unwillingness to desert fellow convict and beloved friend Nelly, prevent her from leaving. Yet Emma lives for the days when she will return to England, to face those who cheated and betrayed her. And to Marlow Tanner, the man she loves, and whose tragic child she lost. As Emma battles against adversity, she is unaware that in England the child she has given up for dead is being lovingly raised by Marlow’s sister Old Sal. Will Emma ever be reunited with Marlow? And even if she finds him, will he still love her? Despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles, her love can never be denied, or forgotten. The breathtaking second novel of The Emma Grady Sagas is perfect for fans of Fiona Davis and Beatriz Williams ‘Cox’s talent as a storyteller never lets you escape’ Daily Mail ‘Driven and passionate’ The Sunday Times ‘One of the country's best-loved storytellers’ Prima
Category: Fiction

The Emma Grady Trilogy

Author : Cox
ISBN : 0755344715
Genre : Australia
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Three bestselling novels by Josephine Cox in one - a gorgeous package and unbeatable value! OUTCAST One fateful night, Thadius Grady blindly entrusts his entire fortune and his beloved daughter, Emma, to his sister and her conniving, wicked husband, Caleb Crowther. But Caleb lives in fear of the past - that seems likely to repeat itself now that Emma has met and fallen in love with a young bargee, Marlow Tanner... ALLEY URCHIN Emma Grady has spent seven years in servitude as a convict in Australia. She lives for the day when she will return to England and her beloved Marlow Tanner. Meanwhile, her child given up for dead, is being raised by Marlow's sister, Old Sal... VAGABONDS Emma has returned to Blackburn, happy, but still haunted by the past. Molly, her estranged daughter, is living in fear of Caleb Crowther tracking her down. She runs away with her children to become vagabonds. Their life at times is almost unbearable, but she has inherited Emma's indomitable spirit...
Category: Australia

Growing Up Sort Of

Author : Robert Charles Hannah
ISBN : 9781496968555
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Bob Hannah has always enjoyed writing prose and poetry. He has written stories and poems to celebrate birthdays and special occasions over the years. While living in a condominium community in Avon, Connecticut, he wrote a monthly column called Valley Adventures for the community's publication, In the Woods. Over the course of his lifetime, he has regaled his family with many of the stories contained in this book. His four children and his dear friend Jean urged him to commit these stories to paper so they would be preserved for future generations. Despite failing eyesight and the physical challenges he faces at age ninety-two, his talents as a writer and his perseverance to leave a legacy of memories resulted in the publication of Growing Up...sort of, his first book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

American Musical Theater

Author : Gerald Bordman
ISBN : 9780195130744
Genre : Music
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Provides season-by-season, show-by-show coverage of the American musical, from 1767 to the present, giving a plot synopsis, an idea of the physical production, and principal statistics for each show.
Category: Music

Pentecost Alley

Author : Anne Perry
ISBN : 9780307767769
Genre : Fiction
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The murder of a prostitute named Ada McKinley in a bedroom on decrepit Pentecost Alley should occasion no stir in Victoria’s great metropolis, but under the victim’s body, the police find a Hellfire Club badge inscribed with the name “Finlay Fitzjames”—a name that instantly draws Superintendent Thomas Pitt into the case. Finlay’s father—immensely wealthy, powerful, and dangerous—refuses to consider the possibility that his son has been in Ada McKinley’s bed. The implication is clear: Pitt is to arrest someone other than Finlay Fitzjames for Ada’s demise. But Thomas Pitt is not a man to be intimidated, and with the help of his quick-witted wife, Charlotte, he stubbornly pursues his investigation—one that twists and turns like London’s own ancient streets.
Category: Fiction

Cradle Of Thorns

Author : Josephine Cox
ISBN : 9780755384402
Genre : Fiction
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Forced to flee from home, a young woman faces the unknown... but not alone. Cradle of Thorns is a spell-binding tale of freedom in the face of fear from bestselling author Josephine Cox. Perfect for fans of Rosie Goodwin and Lindsey Hutchinson. Nell Reece has never known her mother, and her father's burden of guilt about his wife has kept him cowed for years, working as a common labourer on his sister's farm. But for all her aunt's spiteful attempts to break Nell's independent spirit, she has never succeeded. But now Nell, pregnant and alone, is forced to leave behind the men in her life, believing she might never be able to return. With little but the clothes she wears, she travels across the Bedfordshire countryside of 1890. When she encounters a scruffy urchin called Kit, a ten-year-old orphan who's lived his whole life on the streets, she takes him under her wing. The pair become devoted friends, never knowing where their journey will take them, but each aware that the time will come when there must be a reckoning. What readers are saying about Cradle of Thorns: 'What a fantastic read. As soon as I started reading couldn't put the book down, each turn of the page the story gets better and better' 'Best read in ages. Couldn't put it down - some sad parts, some funny, so real it draws you in' 'I was captivated by the story from beginning to end'
Category: Fiction

Live The Dream

Author : Josephine Cox
ISBN : 9780062276810
Genre : Fiction
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Plain, down-to-earth Amy Maitland can't help but notice the sad and handsome stranger who spends every Tuesday at the local café -- an artist who puts his heart and turbulent emotions on canvas in vivid, powerful paintings. No stranger herself to the pain of loss and betrayal, she is drawn to this haunted man, his kindness, and his mystery. But Luke Hammond is more than he seems. A wealthy factory owner in financially depressed Blackburn, he seeks a haven from his guilt and tragic past -- an escape he seems to find in Amy's warm smile and gentle spirit. Yet Amy Maitland is not of his world, and there is no place for her in Luke's shattered life -- unless they can both open their wounded hearts to a promise each believed long dead ... and find the courage to embrace the most glorious dream of all.
Category: Fiction

Autumn Alley

Author : Lena Kennedy
ISBN : 9781444767223
Genre : Fiction
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Autumn Alley: where the East End's most fascinating call their home . . . Here you'll find Maud, the formidable Irish-American suffragette; sulky Patricia, whose unhappy childhood leads her to a dangerous love affair; vivacious, flame-haired Colleen; Mary, who struggles alongside her wayward husband to bring up children - and Arfer, whose quick mind lifts him out of the world of poverty in London's East End. ************* What readers are saying about AUTUMN ALLEY 'Wow!!' - 5 STARS 'Couldn't put it down' - 5 STARS 'Such a skilled storyteller' - 5 STARS 'The story captivated me' - 5 STARS 'I enjoyed it so much' - 5 STARS
Category: Fiction

The Urchin S Song

Author : Rita Bradshaw
ISBN : 9780755375875
Genre : Fiction
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Can one young woman's beautiful voice save her from a life of destitution? Rita Bradshaw writes a captivating saga in The Urchin's Song, a gritty tale of family, escapism and an incredible talent. Perfect for fans of Kitty Neale and Josephine Cox. 'Rita Bradshaw fully deserves her new Cookson rating... Josie's tale will echo in your heart long after you have turned the last page' - Northern Echo The approach of the twentieth century means little to Josie Burns and her family; living in Sunderland's slum area, they battle dirt, cold and hunger on a daily basis. Josie's brothers and sisters are terrified of their violent alcoholic father, but Josie is not like the rest, for she has something that will enable her to rise out of the slums: a beautiful singing voice, with which even as a child she earns enough pennies to keep her father happy. When she discovers that her father is trying to put her younger sister, Gertie, on the game, Josie and Gertie flee the family home, taking refuge with a friend. By educating herself and taking singing lessons, Josie starts on the journey to success and security - but can she also find love? What readers are saying about The Urchin's Song: 'Once you start reading this novel you won't be able to put it down, all the characters come to life' 'One of the best books I have read in a while... I was gripped from the start until the very last page' 'Enjoyable story with lots of twists and turns'
Category: Fiction