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Contemporary Fiction

The River House


(19 reviews)

With you I'm in a different world, what happens in our world can't harm anyone else... Ginnie Holmes has found something she never intended to find - an overwhelming passion for a man she should not be with. At an... See More

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The Drowning Girl


(31 reviews)

Young single mum Grace is drowning. Her little girl Sylvie is distant, troubled and prone to violent tantrums which the child psychiatrists blame on Grace. But Grace knows there's something more to what's happening to... See More

£1.74 Price verified one hour ago
Contemporary Fiction

The Perfect Mother


(17 reviews)

What really goes on behind closed doors? Catriona has the life she's always dreamed of: a loving husband, a delightful step-daughter and her own precious little girl, Daisy. When Daisy begins to feel poorly, Catriona seeks... See More

£2.49 Price verified 2 days ago
Parenting & Families

Some Girls Do


(2 reviews)

This book explores why, in these post-feminist days, otherwise confident and assertive women spend hours waiting for the phone to ring when they meet a man they like. It reveals the effects this passivity in courtship and... See More

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Historical Fiction

The English Girl


(40 reviews)

When seventeen-year-old Stella Whittaker is offered the chance to study at the Academy of Music in Vienna it's a dream-come-true, made possible by old family friends, Rainer and Marthe Kraus, who offer her a place to... See More

£2.99 Price verified 7 hours ago
Contemporary Fiction

A Brief Affair


(10 reviews)

September 1940. England is a war once again and London has become an ever-fragile place for widowed Livia Ripley and her two young daughters, Polly and Eliza. When Livia meets charismatic publisher Hugo Ballantyne, she is... See More

£4.99 £7.99 Save 38% Price verified one day ago
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