Sagas

  • Blair, Jessica / Secrets Of The Sea

     In the early days of the 19th Century Whitby is a thriving port. Both the Coulson and the Campion families make a living by the sea. Sam Coulson has three sons: Martin, Ben and Eric. He has grand plans for expanding his whaling business; and as...

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  • Harry, Lilian / Celebrations in Burracombe

     Through the hard times and the good, true friends stand side by side. Set in Devon, the terrific new novel in the feel-good Burracombe series.The latest book in the Burracombe series, CELEBRATIONS IN BURRACOMBE draws together many threads of life...

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  • Tyler, Anne / The Clock Winder

     Her brilliance in capturing the ripples on the surface of family life gives her a claim to be the Jane Austen of our age' - Allison Pearson, Daily MailHaving sacked her handyman, newly-widowed Mrs Emerson finds a replacement in Elizabeth, a lanky,...

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  • Staples, Mary Jane / Ups And Downs

       As the 1950s progress, several unexpected happenings ruffle the usually calm atmosphere of Adams family life. Sammy and Boots are troubled by the first stirrings of industrial unrest, as the unions start to flex their muscles and old...

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  • Roberts, Nora / Inner Harbour

       A dangerous secret is coming to shore . . .Philip Quinn has done everything to make his life perfect. With his career on the fast track and a condo overlooking the Inner Harbour, his life on the streets is firmly in the past. But one look...

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  • Roberts, Nora / Chesapeake Blue

       The first ten years of Seth Quinn's life were a prison of fear and neglect - until he was rescued by the Quinns: father Ray, and hot-blooded brothers Phillip, Ethan and Cameron.Now an adult and successful artist, Seth returns home to...

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  • Graham, Winston / Bella Poldark

       Bella Poldark is the twelfth and final novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner.Cornwall 1818. We continue the tale of Ross and Demelza; of the wayward Valentine...

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  • Dean, Rebecca / Palace Circle

       `Palace Circle is a gem, filled with dashing lords, gutsy ladies, family secrets and royal intrigue.' Barbara DelinskyAmerican Heiress Delia Chandler leaves Virginia to marry Viscount Ivor Conisborough, completely unprepared for her new...

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  • Andrews, Lyn / Liverpool Angels

       Lyn Andrews' tale of nursing in the field during World War I is haunting and unforgettable. If you enjoy the novels of Kate Thompson and Donna Douglas, you'll love LIVERPOOL ANGELS.Born at the turn of the twentieth century, Mae Strickland...

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  • Quindlen, Anna / Miller's Valley

     `Miller's Valley reads like a companion to Elizabeth Strout's Olive Kitteridge' Elisabeth Egan, author of A Window OpensMimi Miller's family have lived in Miller's Valley for generations and at times it feels like nothing ever changes - until now...

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  • Lennox, Judith / Written on Glass

     It is 1946 and the old families of the Temperleys and the Chancellors have been neighbours on the South Coast of England for many years. Now the younger generation has been touched by the second world war. Reserved, principled and cool-headed...

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  • Bennett, Anne / Forget-Me-Not Child

     A story of struggle and hardship and one girl's battle for survival from the best-selling author of If You Were the Only Girl and Another Man's Child.Angela McCluskey comes to Birmingham from Ireland with her family as a young girl to escape the...

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  • Fraser, Christine Marion / Noble Seed

     The third in the "Noble" trilogy, this volume follows "Noble Beginnings" and "Noble Deeds". Anna McIntyre, now 18, has enjoyed her time of respite while her brutal father Roderick has been sent away to work by Sir Malaroy of Noble House. But her...

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  • Thompson, E.V. / The Stricken Land

        is 1899. A new generation has inherited the Rhodesian birthright that Dan Retallick won from the legendary king of Matabeleland. Once again, the dark clouds of conflict loom on the horizon as the blood-streaked bayonets of the Boer...

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  • Raj, Kumar / Sharaf

       The first volume of a gripping trilogy set in Saudi Arabia, this is a story of love, loyalty, intrigue, suspicion, and intoleranceMajor-General Farhan Al-Balawi is a loyal soldier in the Saudi Arabian army who dotes on his beloved daughter,...

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  • Graham, Winston / Warleggan

       Warleggan is the fourth novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner.Cornwall 1792. Ross plunges into a highly speculative mining venture which threatens not only...

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  • Court, Dilly / Tilly True

       'I ain't always going to be poor, I made me mind up to that.'Dismissed from her position as housemaid under a cloud of misunderstanding, Tilly True is forced to return home. But Tilly is determined to make something of her life and, rather...

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  • Conroy, Pat / South of Broad

       Leopold Bloom King is the son of an amiable, loving father who teaches science at the local high school. His mother, a former nun, is the high school principal and a respected Joyce scholar. He has had an unremarkable, happy family life.But...

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  • Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia / The Homecoming

       Freed from her miserable marriage by widowhood, Henrietta is at last able to marry her beloved Jerome Compton, but his divorced state means that they have to make their home away from Yorkshire. Settling in London Henrietta finds she takes...

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  • Harrod-Eagles, Cynthia / The Outcast

        Benedict Morland's comfortable life is overset when an old enemy's dying wish leaves him guardian of an orphaned boy. No-one, including his wife Sibella, can understand why Benedict accepts Lennox Mynott into his household and, amid...

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  • Allen, Diane / Christmas Fireside Stories

       Christmas Fireside Stories is a delightful festive collection of short stories that includes delicious Christmas recipes recommended by the authors as well as extracts from Pan Macmillan's favourite saga novels.Christmas at Briar Farm by...

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  • Dean, Rebecca / The Shadow Queen

       Two lovers. Two very different lives.One future together that will change history.When debutante Wallis Simpson is growing up, she devotes her teenage daydreams to one man, the future King of England, Prince Edward. But it's Pamela Holtby,...

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  • Dickinson, Margaret / Welcome Home

       There are some things which even the closest friendship cannot survive . . .Welcome Home is an enthralling and moving drama from bestselling author Margaret Dickinson, set during the Second World War.Neighbours Edie Kelsey and Lil Horton...

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  • Wood, Mary / Tomorrow Brings Sorrow

       You can't choose your familyMegan and her husband Jack have finally found stability in their lives. But the threat of Megan's troubled son Billy is never far from their minds. Billy's release from the local asylum is imminent and it should...

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  • Dorries, Nadine / The Four Streets

       The first book in a heartbreaking trilogy set in post-war Liverpool by bestselling author Nadine Dorries. 1950s Liverpool. In the tight-knit Irish Catholic community of the Four Streets, two girls are growing up.One is motherless - and...

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  • Hart, Pamela / The Soldier's Wife

       It is 1915 and the world is being torn apart, but newlyweds Ruby and Jimmy Hawkins are sure their love will survive the trauma and tragedy of war. Sent away to fight in the desperate battles raging in Gallipoli, Jimmy plans for the future...

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  • Dunne, Catherine / Another Kind of Life

        Hannah, May and Eleanor are sisters whose early life in Dublin with their middle class parents, has prepared them for a comfortable future of marriage, children and servants. Further north, Mary and Cecilia are also sisters, struggling...

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  • Ruben, Bernice / Brothers

       This immensely powerful novel follows four generations of the Bindel family as they fight for survivial in a hostile world.From imperial Russia in 1825 they head towards Western Europe, returning finally to modern Russia - where the...

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  • Riviere, William / Kate Caterina

        When Kate Fenn marries a young Italian medical student in London in the mid-thirties she finds herself, as Caterina d'Alessandria, in Tuscany when World War II breaks out. With her brother and brother-in-law in opposing armies, a...

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  • Finlay, Linda / The Flower Seller

       `Sure to delight her ever-growing legion of fans' Dilly CourtA charming and evocative tale of family and fortune from the queen of West Country saga, Linda Finlay.Isabella Carrington has been brought up in a life of privilege in London. Her...

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  • Harrison, Sarah / The Wildflower Path

       A powerful and moving tale of family, love and loyalty from the author of the million-copy bestseller THE FLOWERS OF THE FIELD and A FLOWER THAT'S FREE.'A secret from the past casts its shadow across all four generations of the family. This...

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  • Macomber, Debbie / Mr Miracle

       A heartwarming new Christmas novel from Debbie Macomber, internationally bestselling author of Rose Harbor in Bloom, Blossom Street Brides and Starry Night. Harry Mills is a guardian angel on a mission: help Addie Folsom to get her...

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  • Cornick, Nicola / The Lady and the Laird

       An Indecent Proposal Bluestocking darling and secret scribe Lady Lucy MacMorlan has no interest in marriage. Putting herself second to a man is definitely not for her. Instead, she makes a profit from matchmaking others and her...

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  • Rutherfurd, Edward / Paris

       City of love. City of splendour. City of terror. City of dreams.Inspired by the haunting, passionate story of the city of lights, this epic novel weaves a gripping tale of four families across the centuries: from the lies that spawn the...

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  • Lee, Maureen / Stepping Stones

       From 1930s Liverpool to London, then California and finally back to Liverpool, the powerful and compelling saga of one woman's turbulent life. Kitty O'Brien's husband is a drunken thug, and in order to feed her starving children, she...

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  • Rushdie, Salman / The Moor's Last Sigh

       Moraes `Moor' Zogoiby is the last in line of a crooked and fantastical dynasty of spice merchants and crime lords from Cochin. He is also a compulsive storyteller and an exile. As we travel with him on a route that takes him from India to...

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  • Geras, Adele / Facing The Light

        An extended family gathers in late August to celebrate the seventy-fifth birthday of its formidable matriarch, Leonora. She is the daughter of the famous Edwardian painter Ethan Walsh, whose paintings are kept at the family home, Willow...

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  • Neale, Kitty / A Daughter's Courage

       Her strength is all she has left...When Dorothy meets Robbie, she falls for him quickly and it's not long before the pair are engaged. But then an unexpected pregnancy puts everything at risk, and Dorothy is left alone - with Robbie nowhere...

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  • Courtenay, Bryce / Jessica

        'A superb storyteller ... it is impossible not to be impressed by Courtenay's talents' - The Times JESSICA is based on the real life of a remarkable young Australian woman who defied the conventions of her time. She had a stubborn...

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  • Ford, Maggie / A Girl in Wartime

       There's no escape from the effects of war... It's June 1914 and young Connie Lovell should be helping with the war effort. Instead, she applies for a job at the London Herald, where she meets the handsome editor Stephen Clayton...

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