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The Moon in the Water
Author: Pamela Belle
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Year: 2003
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Thomazine was born heiress to the lands and fortune of the Heron dynasty. Orphaned at ten years old, she is raised in a family of cousins, and is romantically involved with her headstrong cousin Francis. But she is already betrothed to another cousin, Dominic, and Francis is banished and imprisoned. Thomazine is forced into a black and loveless wedlock, in the midst of turbulent years of England's Civil War.
The Chains of Fate
Author: Pamela Belle
Publisher: Pan
ISBN: 033029735X
Pages: 511
Year: 1987
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The Lodestar
Author: Pamela Belle
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Year: 2005
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Set in fifteenth century England during the reign of Richard III. Christie Heron joins the Duke of Gloucester's household to improve his status but falls foul of friends and family. When the king dies, the Duke triumphs and Christie rises with him. After witnessing treason, rebellion and suffering he becomes disenchanted and faces a difficult decision.
A Vision of Light
Author: Judith Merkle Riley
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 0307347087
Pages: 352
Year: 2006-05-23
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The first book in the series, this bestselling novel introduces Margaret of Ashbury, a fourteenth-century Englishwoman with mystical abilities Margaret of Ashbury wants to write her life story. However, like most women in fourteenth-century England, she is illiterate. Three clerics contemptuously decline to be Margaret’s scribe, and only the threat of starvation persuades Brother Gregory, a Carthusian friar with a mysterious past, to take on the task. As she narrates her life, we discover a woman of startling resourcefulness. Married off at the age of fourteen to a merchant reputed to be the Devil himself, Margaret was left for dead during the Black Plague. Incredibly, she survived, was apprenticed to an herbalist, and became a midwife. But most astonishing of all, Margaret has experienced a Mystic Union—a Vision of Light that endows her with the miraculous gift of healing. Because of this ability, Margaret has become suddenly different—to her tradition-bound parents, to the bishop’s court that tries her for heresy, and ultimately to the man who falls in love with her.
Wintercombe
Author: Pamela Belle
Publisher: St Martins Press
ISBN: 0312023200
Pages: 528
Year: 1988-01-01
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When the Puritan Parliament defies King Charles I in the seventeenth century, an estate keeper's young wife must protect her home and children when her husband joins the battle and must confront her growing feelings for a Royalist officer
A Wizard of Earthsea
Author: Ursula K. Le Guin
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544084373
Pages: 240
Year: 2012-09-11
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Originally published in 1968, Ursula K. Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea marks the first of the six now beloved Earthsea titles. Ged was the greatest sorcerer in Earthsea, but in his youth he was the reckless Sparrowhawk. In his hunger for power and knowledge, he tampered with long-held secrets and loosed a terrible shadow upon the world. This is the tumultuous tale of his testing, how he mastered the mighty words of power, tamed an ancient dragon, and crossed death's threshold to restore the balance. This ebook includes a sample chapter of THE TOMBS OF ATUAN.
A Shiloh Christmas
Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 148144154X
Pages: 256
Year: 2015-09-22
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A rescued beagle and his boy owner seek love and understanding for their troubled small town in this holiday companion to the Newbery Medal–winning Shiloh, from Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. Christmas is coming and Marty and his rescued pup Shiloh are sure glad about that—for their town is running low on love and understanding and they hope that the joy of the holiday will bring with it the generosity of spirit that’s so lacking. It’s been a year since Marty Preston rescued Shiloh from Judd Travers and his cruel ways, and since then, Marty and Shiloh have been inseparable. Anywhere Marty goes, the beagle’s at his side, and Marty couldn’t be happier about that. Even Judd has been working to improve his reputation. But just as the townsfolk grow more accepting of Judd, a fire in the woods destroys many homes, including Judd’s, and Judd’s newly formed reputation. Doubt, blame, and anger spread faster than the flames—flames that are fanned by the new minister, who seems fonder of fire and brimstone than love and mercy. And why are his daughters so skittish around him? And what’s happened to Judd’s dogs? With Christmas right around the corner, Marty has a lot of questions, and getting the right answers might just take a Christmas miracle. Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s fourth book in the Newbery Award–winning Shiloh series—following Shiloh, Shiloh Season, and Saving Shiloh—“seamlessly interlaces themes of tolerance, compassion, and forgiveness…[and] explores the interconnectedness of family members, communities, and the dogs they love” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).
Then There Were Five
Author: Elizabeth Enright
Publisher: Square Fish
ISBN: 1250102855
Pages: 272
Year: 2015-11-10
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With Father in Washington and Cuffy, their housekeeper, away visiting a sick cousin, almost anything might happen to the Melendy kids left behind at the Four-Story Mistake. In the Melendy family, adventures are inevitable: Mr. Titus and the catfish; the villainy of the DeLacey brothers; Rush's composition of Opus 3; Mona's first rhubarb pie and all the canning; Randy's arrowhead; the auction and fair for the Red Cross. But best of all is the friendship with Mark Herron, which begins with a scrap-collection mission and comes to a grand climax on Oliver's birthday. Here is Elizabeth Enright's classic story of a long and glorious summer in the country with the resourceful, endearing Melendy bunch. Then There Were Five is the third installment of Enright's Melendy Quartet, an engaging and warm series about the close-knit Melendy family and their surprising adventures.
The House at the Edge of the World
Author: Julia Rochester
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0241971705
Pages: 272
Year: 2015-06-04
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LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILEYS WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION AND SHORTLISTED FOR THE DESMOND ELLIOTT PRIZE 2016 Part mystery, part psychological drama, Julia Rochester's The House at the Edge of the World is a darkly comic, unorthodox and thrilling debut When I was eighteen, my father fell off a cliff. It was a stupid way to die. John Venton's drunken fall from a Devon cliff leaves his family with an embarrassing ghost. His twin children, Morwenna and Corwin, flee in separate directions to take up their adult lives. Their mother, enraged by years of unhappy marriage, embraces merry widowhood. Only their grandfather finds solace in the crumbling family house, endlessly painting their story onto a large canvas map. His brightly coloured map, with its tiny pictures of shipwrecks, forgotten houses, saints and devils, is a work of his imagination, a collection of local myths and histories. But it holds a secret. As the twins are drawn grudgingly back to the house, they discover that their father's absence is part of the map's mysterious pull. The House at the Edge of the World is the compellingly told story of how family and home can be both a source of comfort and a wholly destructive force. Cutting to the undignified half-truths every family conceals, it asks the questions we all must confront: who are we responsible for and, ultimately, who do we belong to? 'A story that carries you along - clever plotting and a startling outcome. An impressive first novel' Penelope Lively 'Wonderfully crisp and funny and it's so full of vivid, surprising images that the reader almost doesn't notice the moment that deep secrets begin to be revealed' Emma Healey, author of Elizabeth is Missing Julia Rochester grew up on the Exe Estuary in Devon. She studied in London, Berlin and Cambridge and has worked for the BBC Portuguese Service and for Amnesty International as Researcher on Brazil. She lives in London with her husband and daughter.
Maggie & Me
Author: Damian Barr
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620405881
Pages: 256
Year: 2014-04-08
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The author recounts growing up gay in small town Scotland and surviving betrayal and brutality at home, inspired by Margaret Thatcher's survival of the Brighton bombing to endure against seemingly insurmountable odds.
Rebels and Traitors
Author: Lindsey Davis
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429988010
Pages: 752
Year: 2010-01-19
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An epic novel of the turbulent English Civil War seen through the lives of those that fought for peace and struggled for love Set against the terrible struggle of the English Civil War, Rebels and Traitors is the story of how this turbulent era effected everyone, from rich to poor, and the hopes and dreams that carried them through years of deprivation, bloodshed and terror. When Gideon Jukes and Juliana Lovell, who are on opposites sides of the struggle, meet during one of the era's most crucial events, their mutual attraction brings the comfort and companionship for which they both have yearned. But the flowering of radical thought collapses; its failure leads to endless plots and strange alliances. And shadows from the past threaten them individually and together in their hard-won peace. Like Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind and John Jakes' North and South, Lindsey Davis brings to life a turbulent time through the stories of those who struggled, fought, lived and loved on all sides of a defining and devastating time.
The Heron and the Fish
Author: Graham Percy
Publisher: Childs World Incorporated
ISBN: 1602532028
Pages: 32
Year: 2009-01-01
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A hungry heron learns a lesson about being too choosy when he spends all day looking for the perfect meal.
Cashelmara
Author: Susan Howatch
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 145326342X
Pages: 338
Year: 2012-10-09
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The New York Times–bestselling saga: In nineteenth-century Ireland, a titled English family keeps an estate in an era of famine and violent conflict. When Edward de Salis travels to America after the death of his first wife, he is astonished to find himself falling in love with Marguerite, a young woman many years his junior. Full of hope for the future, he returns to his Irish estate, Cashelmara, but in nineteenth-century Ireland—a country racked by poverty and famine—his family eventually becomes trapped in a sinister spiral of violence that Edward could never have foreseen. Cashelmara follows the fortunes of three generations as they struggle to survive both the tragedies of history and their own chaotic lives. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Susan Howatch including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author’s personal collection.
Smouldering Fires
Author: Anya Seton
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 156976347X
Pages: 160
Year: 2010-09-01
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Fascinated with eighteenth-century French Acadians, high-school senior Amy Delatour finds her life more and more frighteningly in parallel with that of a girl from that tragic past.
The White Witch
Author: Elizabeth Goudge
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ISBN: 1473656001
Pages: 452
Year: 2017-08-17
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The White Witch is a story set at the time of the beginning of the English Civil War and the men and women drawn into it on both sides. Robert Haslewood, the local squire turns puritan and follows his boyhood hero to war leaving his children and wife behind him. His cousin Froniga, half gypsy and the White Witch of the title, a wise woman with the power of healing lives in danger. Her gypsy cousins sometimes camp near her but will always move on. They have befriended Yomen, who conceals a grand past but is now a tinker and royalist spy. He loves the puritan Froniga. A journey man painter, Francis, delights in painting the Haslewood children while spying too for the royalist cause. Their lives entwine until the bloodiness of war forces them to be loyal to their side whatever their personal ties, threatening to destroy friendships and humanity and kindness in the process.

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