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By Lee, Maureen
Published London: Orion, 2002
326 p. : 24 cm
Three Liverpool families - the Flowers, the Baileys and the McDowds - are inextricably linked by music. Against all the odds in this male dominated world...

By Gill, Elizabeth
Published Sutton : Severn House 2003
252 p. ; 23 cm
The death of Dryden's wife leaves him free to pursue his true love who is married to Dryden's employer. Dryden is forced to accept that he will never...

By Rhea, Nicholas, 1936-
Published Sutton : Severn House 2006
320 p. ; 23 cm Large print ed
With a telephone installed and a car called Betsy to aid his fledgling business, Matthew Taylor continues to work for Premier Assurance in the wild landscape...

By O'Neill, Gilda
Published London : Arrow 1998
435p. ; 18 cm
Ginny's dream is owning a huge, pillared house with a sweeping staircase, white & perfect. But her life slips from one tragedy to the next, when her family...

By Summers, Rowena, 1932-
Published Sutton: Severn House, 2002
384 p. ; 23 cm Large print ed
Rowena Summers captures the feelings of three sisters enduring World War II, focusing on Daisy, a young girl who has to grow up quickly after the death...

By Kelly, Sheelagh
Published London: HarperCollins, 2007
602 p. ; 25 cm
Niall may be poor but he is a good man. He does his best for his wife and their five children in their small, cramped house. But, this loving home is...

By Waite, Elizabeth
Published London: Time Warner, 2002
431, 378 p. : 18 cm
This book contains two stories from South London - Skinny Lizzie and Nippy. Elizabeth Waite is the author of several other novels including Cockney Waif...

By Worboyes, Sally
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2004
450 p. ; 23 cm Large print ed
In the late summer of 1952, Edie Birch and her daughter Maggie must move out of Cotton Street. Soon, they forge new friendships and a brighter life. But...

By Granger, Pip
Published London : Corgi 2003
395 p. ; 18 cm
1954. Rosie, and her beloved Auntie Maggie are opening up their café in Old Compton Street for Uncle Bert's breakfast special when the Widow Ginger comes...

By Aitken, Rosemary
Published Sutton: Severn House Large Print, 2007
432 p. ; 23 cm Large print ed
A childhood accident destroyed Helena Tregenza's sight, leaving her with little place in the Edwardian world. Her sister, the impulsive Lucy, meanwhile...
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