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  • THAT'LL BE THE DAY by Freda Lightfoot, Julia Franklin (Editor) ( 9781846523120 )
    THAT'LL BE THE DAY by Freda Lightfoot, Julia Franklin (Editor) ( 9781846523120 )

  • DAISY'S SECRET by Freda Lightfoot, Margaret Sircom (Editor) ( 9781859037249 )
    DAISY'S SECRET by Freda Lightfoot, Margaret Sircom (Editor) ( 9781859037249 )

  • The Queen and the Courtesan
    The Queen and the Courtesan

    Beautiful and talented actress, poet and fashion icon, Mary Robinson was one of the most famous women of her time - yet she died virtually penniless, her reputation in ruins. For Mary was destined always to be betrayed by the men she loved, whether it be her father, a prosperous Bristol merchant who abandoned his family for a life of adventure - and another woman; her husband, the weak and foolish Tom Robinson, who bankrupted the family with his inveterate gambling and humiliated his young wife...

    £19.99
    severnhouse.com
  • The Duchess of Drury Lane
    The Duchess of Drury Lane

    Beautiful and talented actress, poet and fashion icon, Mary Robinson was one of the most famous women of her time - yet she died virtually penniless, her reputation in ruins. For Mary was destined always to be betrayed by the men she loved, whether it be her father, a prosperous Bristol merchant who abandoned his family for a life of adventure - and another woman; her husband, the weak and foolish Tom Robinson, who bankrupted the family with his inveterate gambling and humiliated his young wife...

    £19.99
    severnhouse.com
  • Freda Lightfoot 5 Books Collection Pack Set Rrp 3295
    Freda Lightfoot 5 Books Collection Pack Set Rrp 3295

    Title In This Collection Kitty Little Manchester Pride Gracies Sin Whos Sorry Now The Favourite Child Whos Sorry Now Sisters sisters there were never such devoted sisters Things arent quite that simple in the noisy warmhearted Bertalone family Carmina is the glamorous one the sexy extrovert who has the boys flocking like bees round the honeypot all except Luc Fabriani who for some unaccountable reason seems to prefer her sister Gina Gina is quiet and shy the apple of her overprotective...

  • Hostage Queen
    Hostage Queen

    Beautiful and talented actress, poet and fashion icon, Mary Robinson was one of the most famous women of her time - yet she died virtually penniless, her reputation in ruins. For Mary was destined always to be betrayed by the men she loved, whether it be her father, a prosperous Bristol merchant who abandoned his family for a life of adventure - and another woman; her husband, the weak and foolish Tom Robinson, who bankrupted the family with his inveterate gambling and humiliated his young wife...

    £19.99
    severnhouse.com
  • Lady of Passion
    Lady of Passion

    Beautiful and talented actress, poet and fashion icon, Mary Robinson was one of the most famous women of her time - yet she died virtually penniless, her reputation in ruins. For Mary was destined always to be betrayed by the men she loved, whether it be her father, a prosperous Bristol merchant who abandoned his family for a life of adventure - and another woman; her husband, the weak and foolish Tom Robinson, who bankrupted the family with his inveterate gambling and humiliated his young wife...

    £19.99
    severnhouse.com
  • GRACIE'S SIN by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780750519052 )
    GRACIE'S SIN by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780750519052 )

  • LAKELAND LILY by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780750512954 )
    LAKELAND LILY by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780750512954 )

  • DANCING ON DEANSGATE by Freda Lightfoot ( 9781859037737 )
    DANCING ON DEANSGATE by Freda Lightfoot ( 9781859037737 )

  • Kager Rene: Optimality Theory
    Kager Rene: Optimality Theory

    Series editor: P. Austin, Series editor: J. Bresnan, Series editor: B. Comrie, Series editor: S. Crain, Series editor: W. Dressler, Series editor: C. Ewen, Series editor: R. Lass, Series editor: David Lightfoot, Series editor: K. Rice

    £28.79
    eruditor.com
  • Key Word Commentary
    Key Word Commentary

    Details <B>Author:</B> <a href="http://www.ardsbookshop. com/search.php?search_query=%2 2WATER, MARK%22&x=0&y=0">WATER, MARK</A><BR><B>Binding:</B> Hardback<BR><BR>In the Key Word Commentary: Thoughts on Every Chapter of the Bible, the 929 chapters of the Old Testament and 260 chapters of the New Testament are outlined, analyzed, and summarized. The editor has drawn on a range of Bible scholars, evangelists, and preachers. These include quotations from the classic Bible commentaries of Martin Luther...

    £25.99
    ardsbookshop.com
  • THE GIRL FROM POOR HOUSE LANE by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780340829998 )
    THE GIRL FROM POOR HOUSE LANE by Freda Lightfoot ( 9780340829998 )

    In the first years of the twentieth century, the slums of Poor House Lane are no place to bring up a child, and Kate O'Connor struggles to make ends meet when her beloved husband is killed, leaving her a single mother with a baby to support on the meagre hand-outs she gleans from charity. So when the childless Tysons, owners of Kendal's shoe factory, offer to adopt her son, Callum, and employ Kate as his nanny, she seizes the chance to ensure he has a better life. To be so close to her son, yet no...

  • Erteschik-Shir Nomi: The Dynamics Of Focus Structure
    Erteschik-Shir Nomi: The Dynamics Of Focus Structure

    Series editor: P. Austin, Series editor: J. Bresnan, Series editor: B. Comrie, Series editor: S. Crain, Series editor: W. Dressler, Series editor: C. J. Ewen, Series editor: R. Lass, Series editor: David Lightfoot, Series editor: K. Rice

    £38.95
    eruditor.com
  • SS-11
    SS-11

    Fujinon SS-11 Full Servo Kit, EPD-1CA focus demand for ENG; one turn, tooth clutch, ERD-T22 zoom demand, tooth clutch, FSP-13G focus servo module Digi Power, MCA-7 mounting clamp with tooth clutch, MCA-7 mounting clamp with tooth clutch

    £4,104.00
    dsvideo.tv
  • For All Our Tomorrows
    For All Our Tomorrows

    Overpaid, oversexed and over here… It might be a friendly invasion, but when hundreds of US Marines arrive at a quiet Cornish town in the summer of 1943 with only two things on their mind, making love and making war, there are bound to be problems. Bette Tredinnick, footloose and fancy free, embarks on a whirlwind romance and finds herself bound for America as a GI bride. But will reality match her dreams?  Her sister, Sara, is already married, but Hugh’s jealous attempts to keep her out of temptation...

  • Who's Sorry Now?
    Who's Sorry Now?

    Sisters, sisters, there were never such devoted sisters …Things aren’t quite that simple in the noisy, warm-hearted Bertalone family. Carmina is the glamorous one, the sexy extrovert who has the boys flocking like bees round the honeypot – all except Luc Fabriani, who for some unaccountable reason seems to prefer her sister Gina. Innocent and naïve, Gina believes her sister when she spreads malicious lies about Luc: what has Carmina got to gain by breaking her sister’s heart? But lies have a habit...

  • The Child from Nowhere
    The Child from Nowhere

    Events have taken an unexpected turn and Kate finds herself back in Poor House Lane desperate to find her missing son. She feels she must also help the women being abused by the hated Swainson. But her sister-in-law Lucy isn’t done with her yet. ‘This is a book I couldn’t put down . . .  a great read!’ South Wales Evening Post on The Girl From Poorhouse Lane

  • Storm Clouds over Broombank
    Storm Clouds over Broombank

    Meg Turner is at last doing the job she loves. But life as a sheep farmer -unusual for a woman even in war time - proves tougher at times than she expected. With her loyalties divided she fears losing the one man she truly loves should he decide to go roving again. And dare she allow herself to love baby Lissa when her mother may return to claim her at any time? Kath is facing new challenges in the WAAF, but can she ever get over the guilt of leaving her child behind? ‘paints a vivid picture of life...

  • The Woman from Heartbreak House
    The Woman from Heartbreak House

    The Great War is over and Kate is ready to welcome back Eliot with open arms. But her husband is a changed man. Kate has become used to her independence, and to running the shoe factory and Eliot’s return creates tensions both at work and at home, particularly with Kate’s son, Callum. It tears Kate apart to see such strife between the two men she loves most. And her sister-in-law seems determined to stir up the animosity in order to benefit her own son. But when tragedy strikes, Kate cannot imagine...

  • Cup Cake Coffee Break
    Cup Cake Coffee Break

    Six heartwarming short stories - previously published in My Weekly, My Story, People’s Friend, Woman’s Realm and other magazines.

  • That'll Be the Day
    That'll Be the Day

    ‘Husbands, so demanding of wives and yet so flawed themselves.  Useless lumps the lot of them, in Betty’s opinion.’ Working on her busy flower stall in Champion Street Market, Betty has lots of opportunities to observe her customers, and to speculate on their lives. Sam regularly buys bouquets for his wife, Judy, so why does she always look so worn out and miserable? Leo comes every week for flowers for his mother, but has never bought so much as a rosebud for his elegant wife. Betty’s own husband...

  • The Bobbin Girls
    The Bobbin Girls

    Alena Townsen, a fiery tomboy from a large, happy family, wants nothing more than to spend the rest of her life with her childhood friend, Rob, the only son of James Hollinthwaite, a wealthy landowner. Hollinthwaite, however, has other ideas and when he forces the two to part Rob is sent away to school while Alena must start work in the local bobbin mill. Life is hard and her love for Rob severely tested. Torn between two men, her indecision is heightened by the knowledge of a tragic secret. Dolly...

  • Fools Fall in Love
    Fools Fall in Love

    When Patsy talks her way into a job on their Champion Street market millinery stall, the Higginson sisters get more than they bargained for. Coping with a rebellious teenager is far from easy. Riddled with insecurities, Patsy’s impudence and chirpy personality win her enemies as well as new friends. And her determination to solve the riddle of her own past soon starts to unravel secrets Annie and Clara would much rather keep hidden. Fat and jolly, Molly Poulson hasn’t a care in the world until her...

  • The Favourite Child
    The Favourite Child

    Isabella Ashton has always been her father’s favourite, but when she becomes involved with the new Birth Control Movement, Simeon is scandalised. It’s 1928 and running a family planning clinic in Salford is challenging but rewarding work, and Bella is grateful for the help of Violet Howarth, a big, generous-hearted woman who takes her in off the street. A friendship with Violet’s son, Dan, quickly turns to love. But Bella also becomes involved with handsome ne’er-do-well Billy Quinn, leader of an...

  • The Girl from Poor House Lane
    The Girl from Poor House Lane

    The slums of Poor House Lane are no place to bring up a child, and since the death of her husband, Kate has struggled to feed her beloved baby son, relying on hand-outs and charity. So when the wealthy, childless Tysons offer to adopt Callum, and employ Kate as his nursemaid, she feels compelled to accept. To be so close to her son, yet no longer be his mother, is bittersweet. But Kate is not prepared for the jealousy the new arrangement provokes in Eliot Tyson’s brother, Charles, who sees Callum...

  • A Proud Alliance
    A Proud Alliance

    The Honourable Felicity Travers learns she is expected to marry the entrepreneurial Jarle Blakeley, the man she believes responsible for her father’s bankruptcy. Inspired by the suffragette movement, Felicity intends to be a modern woman and make her own decisions. Blakeley proves persuasive, if somewhat lacking in romance. But with secrets still to be told, does the marriage have any hope of success?

  • A Sackful of Stories
    A Sackful of Stories

    Six short stories to warm the heart, formerly published in My Weekly, People’s Friend and similar magazines.

  • Daisy's Secret
    Daisy's Secret

    The Lakes 2012 - Laura is having problems with her marriage, so when she is left a house in the Lake District by her grandmother, she starts to look at her life anew. And she begins to investigate the cause of the feud between her father and his mother. What was Daisy’s Secret? Manchester 1939 - Abandoned by her sweetheart and rejected by her family, Daisy agrees to being evacuated to the Lakes at the start of the war. Still grieving for the baby boy she was forced to give up for adoption, she agrees...

  • Dancing on Deansgate
    Dancing on Deansgate

    They called it the Christmas Blitz, but there are no festivities for Jess, locked in the cellar by her feckless, tarty mother. And when Lizzie is imprisoned for shoplifting, Jess is sent to live with her uncle, a bullying black marketeer, who treats her like a slave. Jess’s natural musical talent offers an escape route - and the chance for love. But Uncle Bernie has never forgiven his niece for refusing to join his illegal schemes, and threatens to deprive Jess of her hard-won independence.