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Honour And The Sword #1 Andre de Roland [used book], A. L. Berridge
1 Honour And The Sword #1 Andre de Roland [used book]
A. L. Berridge Australia Penguin Books 2010 0718155467 / 9780718155469 Soft cover Good Book Trade Paperback 
It is 1636 - the height of the Thirty Years War, one of the bloodiest and most destructive conflicts Europe has ever seen. As the campaigning season begins, the Spanish armies swell out of the Artois region of the Netherlands - flooding into King Louis XIII's France. The sleepy border village of Dax-en-roi stands in their way. Facing the overwhelming might of the Spanish forces, the Chevalier de Roland rallies a valiant defence, but in vain - his household guard no match for the invaders. There is only one survivor as the Roland estate is razed to the ground, one soul who escapes the Spanish brutality: the lone heir to the Roland name, the son, a young boy by the name of André de Roland, the new Sieur of Dax . . . Upon this young nobleman's shoulders all hope lies. He alone must bear the honour of the Roland name and, with it, the fate of his people. 
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Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind [used book], Alexandra Ripley
2 Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind [used book]
Alexandra Ripley UK MacMillan 1991 0333490991 / 9780333490990 Hardcover Good Good Book Royal 
The timeless tale continues... The most popular and beloved American historical novel ever written, Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind "is unparalleled in its portrayal of men and women at once larger than life but as real as ourselves. Now bestselling writer Alexandra Ripley brings us back to Tara and reintroduces us to the characters we remember so well: Rhett, Ashley, Mammy, Suellen, Aunt Pittypat, and, of course, Scarlett. As the classic story, first told over half a century ago, moves forward, the greatest love affair in all fiction is reignited; amidst heartbreak and joy, the endless, consuming passion between Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler reaches its startling culmination. Rich with surprises at every turn and new emotional, breathtaking adventures, "Scarlett "satisfies our longing to reenter the world of "Gone With the Wind," and like its predecessor, "Scarlett "will find an eternal place in our hearts. 
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Sea Glass #2 Fortune's Rocks Quartet [used book], Anita Shreve
3 Sea Glass #2 Fortune's Rocks Quartet [used book]
Anita Shreve UK Little, Brown and Company 2002 0316859109 / 9780316859103 Soft cover Good Book 
The year is 1929 and Honora Beecher and her husband, Sexton, are just settling into a new marriage and a cottage on the coast of New Hampshire. While Honora fixes up the derelict house and searches for bits of sea glass on the beach, Sexton risks everything they own to buy the house they both love. Along with millions of other Americans, he is blindsided by the stock market crash and finds himself penniless. The only work he can find is a nearly mill, where a labour conflict is erupting into violence. Shaken by forces they scarcely understand, Honora and Sexton try to build a marriage and home while overwhelmed by passions of every kind. Writing with the power and immediacy that have made her novels bestsellers, Shreve unfolds interlocking lives, each with its own share of love, loss and challenge. This is another gripping and unforgettable story of the human heart from one of the most accomplished novelists of our time. 
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Rebel Girl [used book], Ann Clancy
4 Rebel Girl [used book]
Ann Clancy Australia Redwood Editions 2008 1741829135 / 9781741829136 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
From the author of The Wild Colonial Girl comes another breathtaking story set in Australia's turbulent past; and another unforgettable Australian heroine. Crushed at Culloden, driven from their Highland crofts and transported to Australia ... the Douglas family is no stranger to injustice. The Encounter Bay whaling station, on the wild, windswept southern coast of Australia, is at the very edge of civilisation. But at least Bonnie Douglas and her father have their freedom - until Sergeant Rowan Elliott arrives. Bonnie's father is accused of murder and she is driven to bushranging, fighting injustice and taunting the troopers with her rebel song. She is pursued relentlessly by Sergeant Elliott, across trackless lands, to places where no white woman has been before. But beneath the fury and the hurt, alongside her determination to right injustice, and as the undercurrent to every vengeful thought she has had about him, lies an attraction that can no longer be denied. 
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The Wild Colonial Girl [used book], Ann Clancy
5 The Wild Colonial Girl [used book]
Ann Clancy Australia Redwood Editions 2008 1741829119 / 9781741829112 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
Feisty, spirited and independent, Irish orphan Kate arrives in the colony of South Australia, determined to make a new life for herself. Wanting the security only wealth can bring, she slips her derringer into her pocket, cracks the whip over the bullocks and sets off on a rugged outback track for the adventure of a lifetime. Her adventures take her from wild Aboriginal camps to vast sheep stations and from the rough sprawling goldfields to the glittering ballroom at the Governor's residence. Her orphan dreams of silk gowns and sumptuous dinners are finally within her grasp. What she doesn't count on is love... In the bestselling tradition of Colleen McCullough and Nancy Cato, The Wild Colonial Girl introduces a captivating and unforgettable Australian heroine. About the Author: Ann Clancy is a fourth-generation Irish Australian and the bestselling author of The Wild Colonial Girl and Rebel Girl, two historical romance novels set in the Australian outback. She is also the winner of a prestigious literary grant. Clancy is now one of Australia's most successful popular fiction authors. Her page-turners rivet readers to their seats as they are drawn into the rich imagery of outback Australia in the wild colonial days, when life for women was one long adventure. Never boring and never dull, Clancy will continue to be one of Australia's major authors. 
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Down Weavers Lane #1 Staley Family, Anna Jacobs
6 Down Weavers Lane #1 Staley Family
Anna Jacobs UK Coronet Books 2002 0340750596 / 9780340750599 Soft cover New Book A-format 
Emmy Carter's mother is a prostitute - and her life has made Emmy determined to avoid the same fate. But Emmy is beautiful, so attracts unwanted attention; her mother's protector has his eye on her, as does evil Marcus Armistead, her employer's nephew. Marcus is excited by Emmy's virginity and has her kidnapped, but Emmy hits him over the head and escapes. Marcus, further enraged, kills her mother and becomes even more determined to rape Emmy, but the combined efforts of the local parson and Emmy's young suitor manage to keep her safe from harm. Finally Emmy sees Marcus get his just desserts, finds out who her father was, and attains the respectability she has so longed for. 
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Dark Tapestry [used book], Anna James
7 Dark Tapestry [used book]
Anna James UK Arrow Books 1989 0099400006 / 9780099400004 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
In a Land ravaged by plague and rebellion, Cressida takes flight from the menace of the lord to whom she and her young brother are slaves. But his violent courtship tracks her even to the teeming streets of London where she must hide for a year and a day if she is ever to be free - to live, and love, as she chooses. Emerging triumphantly, a golden beauty at the King's court and desired by many men, she marries the rebel scholar she has loved since childhood. Yet, haunted by the figures from her past, she seems doomed to lose all she holds most dear. Until the night the peasant armies revolt against tyranny and London burns...bringing her face to face with her true self, and a strange future. 
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Virgin Widow [used book], Anne O'Brien
8 Virgin Widow [used book]
Anne O'Brien Australia Mira 2010 192168576X / 9781921685767 Soft cover Good Book Trade Paperback 
This title is about England's forgotten Queen. England, 1469. A daughter of Warwick the Kingmaker, Anne Neville cannot dictate her own future. Her marriage will be political, made purely to advance her family's interests. But at the age of fourteen, her father's treason forces her into exile, and into an uneasy betrothal with Edward of Lancaster. Edward is changeable and completely controlled by his powerful mother, Margaret of Anjou. In a hostile, impoverished court, Anne finds herself at the mercy of other's whims. On her wedding night, the audience assembled to witness her bedding instead witnesses a royal humiliation. At the point of consummation, Queen Margaret forbids the act. Anne went to her husband's bed a virgin, and she will remain so. The battle for the crown of England rages, and Anne's husband must fight for his cause. But he is foully done to death by Richard, Duke of Gloucester - a man who twice before has been betrothed to Anne. Anne must decide where her loyalties lie. And during the reign of King Edward, the wrong decision could mean death. 
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Connie's Courage #2 Pride Family [used book], Annie Groves
9 Connie's Courage #2 Pride Family [used book]
Annie Groves UK Harper Collins 2004 000786986X / 9780007869862 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
A stirring novel of passion, lost loves and one girl's determination to conquer the odds from the author of Ellie Pride. When Connie Pride finds herself alone and pregnant in the rough courts of Liverpool, she despairs. Deserted by her lover, menaced by his bullying uncle, and too proud to ask her estranged family for help, there seems no hope. Rescued from the gutter, she is offered the chance to train as a nurse at the Poor Hospital. Life becomes a whirl of hard work and long shifts, but also lively evenings at the music hall with her fellow nurses and the newly drafted soldiers. Finally Connie has a purpose in life - especially when the wounded of World War 1 start to arrive in their droves on the hospital wards. With a roof over her head and a steady wage, if she can stay out of trouble, the future looks brighter. Even love seems possible again ... But then a face from the violent past turns up to disrupt Connie's new life and shatter her dreams. All she has built up is threatened and she herself is in physical danger. It will take every ounce of the courage she possesses to overcome the odds - and a little help from old friends and new ... About the Author Annie Groves has always lived in the North-West of England. She is the author of Ellie Pride, Connie's Courage and Hettie of Hope Street, a series of novels for which she drew on her own family's history, picked up from listening to her grandmother's stories as a child. Her most recent novels, including Goodnight Sweetheart, Some Sunny Day, The Grafton Girls, As Time Goes By and Across the Mersey, are based on wartime recollections from members of her family who come from the city of Liverpool. Annie Groves also writes under the name Penny Jordan, an internationally best-selling author of over 170 novels with sales of over 84 million copies. 
Price: 7.00 AUD
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A Royal Abduction, Arthur W. Upfield
10 A Royal Abduction
Arthur W. Upfield Australia ETT Imprint 2017 1925416666 / 9781925416664 Soft cover New Book 23.4 x 15.6 x 1.4 cm 
Arthur Upfield, creator of the Aboriginal detective 'Bony' followed his classic crime novel The Sands of Windee with this historical novel: The Crown Prince of Rolandia is visiting Australia - and two brilliant Americans, Earle Lawrence and Van Horton - abduct her on the trans-continental train on the Nullabor Plain. They hide her in caves near Eucla on the Great Australian Bight, until the search is called off and a ransom is arranged... 
Price: 29.95 AUD
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Strand of Dreams [used book], Audrey Howard
11 Strand of Dreams [used book]
Audrey Howard UK Coronet Books 1997 0340666056 / 9780340666050 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
Her happy childhood shattered forever by the Great War, mill-worker Molly O'Dowd is left to fend for herself and make her own way in an unforgiving world. But her startling good looks attract the attention of Tim Broadbent, factory owner and heir to the grand estate of Meddins. Their passionate marriage catapults Molly into a luxurious new life where every one of her dreams seems to come true. Then tragedy strikes - and Molly seems destined to lose everything once more. Will she ever be able to find the happiness that has eluded her for so long? 'Her thousands of fans recognise the artistry of a true storyteller' Lancashire Life 
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Whispers in the Sand [used book], Barbara Erskine
12 Whispers in the Sand [used book]
Barbara Erskine UK Harper Collins 2001 0006512070 / 9780006512073 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
The gripping new suspense story by the bestselling author of LADY OF HAY and ON THE EDGE OF DARKNESS, is set in richly mysterious Egypt, where past and present elide. Recently divorced, Anna Coburn decides to cheer herself up by retracing a journey her great grandmother made in the nineteenth century: a Nile cruise from Luxor to the Valley of the Kings. Anna carries with her on the voyage two mementoes of her great-grandmother Louisa: an ancient Egyptian scent bottle, and the diary of that original Nile cruise, which has lain unread for a hundred years. As she follows in Louisa's footsteps, Anna discovers in the diary the chilling secret of the scent bottle and is pursued by the same terrifying spectres as her great grandmother. 
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Shadowbrook: A Novel of Love and War [used book], Beverly Swerling
13 Shadowbrook: A Novel of Love and War [used book]
Beverly Swerling Australia Bantam 2004 1863253491 / 9781863253499 Soft cover Good Book Trade Paperback 
A sweeping tale of love, ambition, and a war that ignited a revolution... 1754. In a low-lying glen in Ohio Country, where both the French and English claim dominion, the first musket ball fired signals the start of a savage seven-year conflict destined to dismantle France's overreaching empire and pave the way for the American Revolution. In a world on the brink of astonishing change are Quentin Hale, the fearless gentleman-turned-scout, fighting to preserve his beloved family plantation, Shadowbrook; Cormac Shea, the part-Irish, part-Indian woodsman with a foot in both worlds; and the beautiful Nicole Crane, who, struggling to reconcile her love for Hale and her calling to the convent, becomes a pawn in the British quest for territory. Moving between the longhouses of the Iroquois and Shadowbrook's elegant rooms, the frontier's virgin forests and the cobbled streets of Quebec, Swerling weaves a tale of passion and intrigue, faith and devotion, courage and betrayal. Peopled with a cast of unforgettable characters and historical figures, including a young George Washington, this richly textured novel vividly captures the conflict that opened the eighteenth century and ignited our nation's quest for independence. A classic in the making, "Shadowbrook" is a page-turning tale of ambition, war, and the transforming power of both love and duty. 
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Sylvia [used book], Bryce Courtenay
14 Sylvia [used book]
Bryce Courtenay Australia Penguin Books 2006 0670070262 / 9780670070268 Hardcover Good Book Royal 
'I am Sylvia Honeyeater; I think myself born around 1196, and this is the story of my life. I am cursed by folk as an optimist and a dreamer, which is a dangerous combination. . . ' From master storyteller Bryce Courtenay comes the colourful epic of Sylvia. Late twelfth-century Europe is torn by religious intolerance. Sylvia, with a singing voice that can literally charm the birds out of the trees, and an acute and questioning mind that refuses to accept unreasoned beliefs, embarks on a pilgrimage. She joins the Children's Crusade, bound for the Holy Land. From a bawdy life as an entertainer in a whorehouse to an austere and frequently cruel existence in a convent, she fights to be true to her destiny. And her mysterious birthmark causes much confusion: can this peasant maid indeed be a chosen messenger? Sylvia is a tale of adversity, of adventure and crusades, and of a beautiful and gifted woman. About The Author: Bryce Courtenay was born in South Africa and has lived in Sydney for the major part of his life. He is the bestselling author of The Power of One, April Fool's Day, The Potato Factory, Tommo & Hawk, Jessica, Solomon's Song, Smoky Joe's Cafe, Four Fires, Brother Fish and Whitethorn. 
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Tommo and Hawk #2 Potato Factory [used book], Bryce Courtenay
15 Tommo and Hawk #2 Potato Factory [used book]
Bryce Courtenay Australia Penguin 1999 0140271562 / 9780140271560 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
Bryce Courtenay has created an unforgettable story of the enduring bond between two brothers. Brutally kidnapped and separated in childhood, Tommo and Hawk are reunited at the age of fifteen in Hobart Town. Together they escape their troubled pasts and set off on a journey into manhood. From whale hunting in the Pacific to the Maori wars of New Zealand, from the Rocks in Sydney to the miners' riots in the goldfields, Tommo and Hawk must learn each other's strengths and weaknesses in order to survive. Along the way, Hawk meets the outrageous Maggie Pye, who brings love and laughter into his life. But the demons of Tommo's past return to haunt the brothers. With Tommo at his side, Hawk takes on a fight against all odds to save what they cherish most. An epic tale of adventure and romance from Australia's bestselling author. 'Tommo & Hawk is blockbuster material . It is impossible not to be impressed by Courtenay's talents. He is a superb storyteller.' Sunday Times (UK) 'The novel is not just concerned with the hurdy-gurdy of history, but the ageless condition of mankind . it is cannily crafted.' Sunday Age About the Author Bryce Courtenay was born in South Africa and lived in Sydney for the major part of his life. Bryce Courtenay is the bestselling author of The Power of One, April Fool's Day, The Potato Factory, Solomon's Song, Jessica, Smoky Joe's Cafe, Four Fires, Whitethorn and Brother Fish. 
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Whitethorn @ White Thorn [used book], Bryce Courtenay
16 Whitethorn @ White Thorn [used book]
Bryce Courtenay Australia Viking Australia 2005 067002922X / 9780670029228 Hardcover Good Good Book Royal 
From Bryce Courtenay comes a novel of Africa. The time is 1939. White South Africa is a deeply divided nation with many of the Afrikaner people fanatically opposed to the English. The world is also on the brink of war and South Africa elects to fight for the Allied cause against Germany. Six-year-old Tom Fitzsaxby finds himself in The Boys Farm, an orphanage in a remote town in the high mountains, where the Afrikaners side fiercely with Hitler's Germany. Tom's English name proves sufficient for him to be ostracised, marking him as an outsider. And so begin some of life's tougher lessons for the small, lonely boy. Like the whitethorn, one of Africa's most enduring plants, Tom learns how to survive in the harsh climate of racial hatred. Then a terrible event sends him on a journey to ensure that justice is done. On the way, his most unexpected discovery is love. 'Courtenay is an undeniably talented storyteller ... [He] knows what his readers want and how to deliver.' Courier-Mail 'Tom Fitzsaxby could stand proudly alongside Tom Brown or Tom Sawyer any day.' Sydney Morning Herald About the Author Bryce Courtenay was born in South Africa and has lived in Sydney for the major part of his life. He is the bestselling author of The Power of One, April Fool's Day, The Potato Factory, Tommo & Hawk, Jessica, Smoky Joe's Cafe, Four Fires, Whitethorn and Brother Fish. 
Price: 8.00 AUD
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The Gilded Crown #3 Lions and Lilies, Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson
17 The Gilded Crown #3 Lions and Lilies
Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson Australia Sid Harta 2015 192523083X / 9781925230833 Soft cover New Book 21.6 x 14.0 cm 
Simon and Catherine Marshall travel to Edinburgh, determined to see the safe return of The Lady of Scotland, but they inadvertently uncover a royal deception. Floundering under the pressure of court life, Catherine is offered the guidance of Lady Agnes Dunbar, but what secret is the old lady hiding and why has she taken such an avid interest in the daily life of Lord and Lady Wexford? Trapped within the walls of Edinburgh Castle, Simon must choose where his loyalties lie, the consequence of which will decide the safety of his growing family. In France, Gillet de Bellegarde is instructed by the Duc de Berri to ingratiate the new English court in Bordeaux - his mission to seduce the Albrets back to the French throne, but when information comes to hand of a secret delivery to Prince Edward's castle, Cecile is sent as an agent for the Vicomtesse de Gisors, to deliver a vital message to her husband. Her journey takes a turn for the worst when another deadly enemy raises its head - La Peste, otherwise known as the Black Plague. Catherine Pembroke and Cecile d'Armagnac solved the mystery that separated them in childhood (The Lily and the Lion) only to be forced apart as they each faced challenges that would decide their future happiness (The Order of the Lily). The Gilded Crown draws you back into the 14th century lives of Gillet and Cecile, Catherine and Simon as, between them all, they strive to right an injustice and uncover a document that could end the reign of one king and send another to war. 
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The Lily and the Lion #1 Lions and Lilies, Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson
18 The Lily and the Lion #1 Lions and Lilies
Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson Australia Sid Harta 2012 1921829877 / 9781921829871 Soft cover New Book 21.6 x 14.0 cm 
Separated in infancy, rediscovered by chance, can they unravel a mystery and find a way to reunite? Wistful and passionate, the wayward Cecile d'Armagnac has enjoyed the indulgent childhood of a French noble, but life for the young woman is about to change when she learns of her sister. Catherine Pembroke, a naive novice, has endured a lonely existence behind convent walls, but when Cecile's letter is intercepted by the malicious Earl of Salisbury, the shy nun is thrust into a dangerous and foreign world. Placed into the custody of a cynical knight, Simon Marshall, Catherine struggles to unravel a past that threatens her future as William of Salisbury begins his own hunt - after the girls - hoping to use them as pawns in his desperate quest for power. Trapped by one of England's most powerful lords, Cecile yields to him to save her sister. She flees with the aid of the King's courier, Gillet de Bellegarde, but will her journey see her lose all she holds dear, or just her heart? In an age when women have no control over their lives, Cecile and Catherine find themselves immersed into political turbulence, intrigue, danger and romance. Their hopes of meeting are thwarted by the powerful men around them - even as they provide both distraction and passion, for none appear to be who they claim. The Lily and the Lion will catapult you into a world when knighthood was revered and love was to be cherished. 
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The Order of the Lily #2 Lions and Lilies, Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson
19 The Order of the Lily #2 Lions and Lilies
Catherine A. Wilson and Catherine T. Wilson Australia Sid Harta 2013 1922086029 / 9781922086020 Soft cover New Book 21.6 x 14.0 cm 
When valour and duty stand above a heart's desire... Separated as infants and rediscovered by chance, sisters, Catherine Pembroke and Cecile d'Armagnac solve the mystery which forced them apart (The Lily and the Lion) only to find their reunion all too brief when the Prince of Wales seeks to reclaim his mistress. With an unbreakable bond forged between the girls, Catherine chooses a perilous path to shield her sister. But has the faith in her protector, Simon Marshall, been misplaced? Who is the mysterious Lady of Scotland and why is Simon so determined to locate her? Caught in a web of conspiracy, Catherine must unravel the secret Simon has worked so hard to conceal. Exiled to Kent, Gillet de Bellegarde takes up residence at his family's home, offering Cecile d'Armagnac the respite she desperately needs. But rest does not come easy in England and honour and trust becomes a double-edged sword. Cecile and Gillet's relationship is severely tested by a Welsh vixen, Cecile's burgeoning pregnancy and both families' determination to separate the lovers. Knowing his last hope lies in the restoration of his name, Gillet resumes his quest to be granted an audience with the French King but in his absence, Cecile is uprooted from her safe haven and confronted with a devastating choice. Enraged by failed attempts to capture either girl, William of Salisbury seeks the support of a new benefactress ??? one who only has eyes for the Crown. Their powerful alliance proves a dangerous combination as they plot to destroy anyone who stands in their way. The Order of the Lily will draw you back into the fourteenth century lives of Gillet and Cecile, Catherine and Simon as they strive to reconcile their pasts and accept a future none of them could have possibly foreseen. 
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A House Divided [used book], Catherine Cookson
20 A House Divided [used book]
Catherine Cookson UK Corgi 2001 0552146102 / 9780552146104 Soft cover Good Book A-format 
At the end of the Second World War, Matthew Wallingham returns to his family home, blinded by his injuries and uncertain about his future. There he finds his father ill, his mother obviously unhappy, and his brother, who has made a success of running the farm on the family's estate during the war years, resentful that Matthew should think he can now offer help. Forced to realize that his plans for the future are not going to work, Matthew starts to look for a new career. He finds himself becoming dependent on Liz - his nurse and, increasingly, the focus of all his thoughts and hopes. But Liz herself has a shadow hanging over her that will bring a terrifying violence into the Wallingham's family life...Set in the aftermath of the Second World War, "A House Divided" encompasses the social change taking place and the pains and pleasures of the brave new world of peace. 
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