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Bridget Dean Mordaunt was a woman of consequence in her own part of the world. Inheriting her father's businesses at the age of 19, by the time she was 23 in 1880, she was running them as confidently as any man. Yet the path destiny required her to follow was not an easy one.
Even in the heat of battle, Geoff Fulton, a professional soldier, would always carry with him the memory of the night he was on leave, when his timely intervention rescued fourteen-year-old Lizzie from the oldest of perils for a young girl, and thereby began to change her life. Lizzie came from a desperately poor home, ruled by a vicious stepmother only too ready to profit from setting the girl along the same sordid road as her elder sister had been... more...
An omnibus edition of two stories from the author of THE GOLDEN STRAW and THE GAMBLING MAN. In HANNAH MASSEY, Hannah's favourite child returns from London with a devastating secret. In THE FIFTEEN STREETS, the O'Briens make the best of their lot to survive the tough Fifteen Streets.
Catherine Cookson’s well-loved novels Hamilton and Goodbye Hamilton tell the story of Maisie, who invented an imaginary horse to keep her company through the long years of an unhappy marriage, and before she became a bestselling author. In this engaging sequel, Hamilton has vanished from Maisie’s life and two human companions take his place. In the days of mourning that follow the death of her beloved second husband Nardy, Maisie takes comfort and... more...
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