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Daughter of the Reich
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 560

Daughter of the Reich

“[B]eautifully written and emotional wrenching…its dynamic characters present a timely truth we should all grasp and embrace: We must stand up against those who preach hate.” —Karen Harper, New York Times bestselling author of The Queen's Secret For fans of The Nightingale and All the Light We Cannot See, a spellbinding story of impossible love set against the backdrop of the Nazi regime. She must choose between loyalty to her country or a love that could be her destruction… As the dutiful daughter of a high-ranking Nazi officer, Hetty Heinrich is keen to play her part in the glorious new Thousand Year Reich. But she never imagines that all she believes and knows will come into sta...

People Like Us
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 528

People Like Us

'People Like Us is also a reminder that – even in the darkest times – the extraordinary power of love can light the way' Fiona Valpy. 'A powerful, unforgettable love story' Gill Paul. 'A heartbreaking, beautiful story' Jenny Ashcroft. 'This is historical fiction at its absolute best' Liz Trenow. 'I nearly drowned and Walter rescued me. That changes everything.' Leipzig, 1930s Germany. Hetty Heinrich is a perfect German child. Her father is an SS officer, her brother in the Luftwaffe, herself a member of the BDM. She believes resolutely in her country, and the man who runs it. Until Walter changes everything. Blond-haired, blue-eyed, perfect in every way Walter. The boy who saved her life...

The Hidden Child
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 496

The Hidden Child

In 1920s London a perfect family faces ruin if the truth about their daughter is revealed.

Patience
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 432

Patience

The story of Patience, a severely disabled young woman, and her family's decision to enter her into a pioneering but risky gene therapy trial.

Journey to Paradise
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 432

Journey to Paradise

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2021-05-01
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  • Publisher: Random House

'A beautiful, immersive tale that will keep you turning the pages until the end' JENNY ASHCROFT Singapore, 1949. When Miranda steps onto the pier with her husband Gerry she hopes that their move will bring the fresh start she needs and a chance to heal the scars from her past. Gerry's role at the British foreign office affords them a beautiful house and invites the best parties in town. But their life feels worlds apart from England and true friends are hard to find. When doctor Nick Wythenshaw encourages Miranda to work within the local community, she finds new purpose that opens her eyes to a new way of life. But as riots erupt across the region and danger draws close to home, Miranda must make an impossible choice. Will she sacrifice everything she holds dear to find happiness? 'Guaranteed to transport you to exotic climes and engross you in the story of its troubled heroine...A terrific debut for Paula Greenlees' LIZ TRENOW 'Paula's novel transports the reader to a long-forgotten and fascinating time...An enchanting, evocative debut!' LOUISE FEIN

The Girl from Vichy
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 320

The Girl from Vichy

1942. Adèle dreams of a France that is free from the clutches of the new regime. Fleeing a marriage to a ruthless man, she takes refuge in a nunnery – where the sisters are aiding the Resistance, and soon Adèle is too...

The Poppy Field
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 400

The Poppy Field

‘One to Watch’ Good Housekeeping

Madam
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 352

Madam

Phoebe Wynne's Madam is a riveting, modern gothic debut with shades of The Secret History, The Stepford Wives, and a dash of Circe, set at a secretive all girls’ boarding school perched on a craggy Scottish peninsula. They want our silence... They want our obedience... Let them see our fire burn For 150 years, high above rocky Scottish cliffs, Caldonbrae Hall has sat untouched, a beacon of excellence in an old ancestral castle. A boarding school for girls, it promises that the young women lucky enough to be admitted will emerge “resilient and ready to serve society.” Into its illustrious midst steps Rose Christie: a 26-year-old Classics teacher, Caldonbrae’s new head of the departmen...

This Lovely City: the most inspiring and hopeful historical fiction novel of 2020, and a BBC Two Between the Covers book club pick
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 400

This Lovely City: the most inspiring and hopeful historical fiction novel of 2020, and a BBC Two Between the Covers book club pick

*As seen on the new BBC TWO TV book club, Between the Covers* Longlisted for the HWA Debut Crown Award Indie Book of the Month for March, selected by the Booksellers Association

Black Drop
  • Language: en

Black Drop

'A fine debut [and] a gripping murder mystery' - THE TIMES 'As nimbly realised as by the genre's master, Andrew Taylor' - FINANCIAL TIMES 'Black Drop is a joy from start to finish' - ANDREW TAYLOR ________________________________________ This is the confession of Laurence Jago. Clerk. Gentleman. Reluctant spy. July 1794, and the streets of London are filled with rumours of revolution. Political radical Thomas Hardy is to go on trial for treason, the war against the French is not going in Britain's favour, and negotiations with the independent American colonies are on a knife edge. Laurence Jago - clerk to the Foreign Office - is ever more reliant on the Black Drop to ease his nightmares. A h...