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A Hundred Tiny Threads

   (Judith Barrow)
It takes more than just love to make a marriage... It's 1911 and Winifred Duffy is a determined young woman eager for a life beyond the grocer's shop counter.
(August 2017) Full details

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Changing Times: A different world - women's stories of the 50s and 60s

Life in the 50s and 60s still meant segregation and inequality for many women, but it also brought rock-n-roll, rising hemlines and the first signs of female emancipation since the vote.
(January 2010) Full details

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Even the Rain is Different

   (Anthology, ed.Gwyneth Tyson Roberts)
A compelling collection spanning 150 years of Welsh women's experiences abroad.
(March 2005) Full details

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Flights of Angels

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
The final installment of the exciting Nicholas Talbot adventures! Nick is married to Rosalyne and are riding hard for Scotland to avoid the trouble brewing at Court...
(June 2012) Full details

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   (Margaret Redfern)
Loyalty is a strange thing – sometimes it runs deeper than blood. Commandeered to build Edward 1's new Welsh castle ditch-digger Will and his mute brother Ned find their loyalties divided.
(June 2009) Full details

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Hector's Talent for Miracles

   (Kitty Harri)
Mair's search for her lost grandfather takes her from a dull veterinary surgery in Cardiff to the heat & passion of Spain - to uncover her own family's secrets, and those of the intriguing HectorÂ...
(February 2007) Full details

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Iancs, Conshis a Spam

   (Anthology, ed.Leigh Verrill-Rhys)
Atgofion Menywod o'r Ail Ryfel Byd.
( 2002) Full details

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Pattern of Shadows

   (Judith Barrow)
Mary is a nurse at a Lancashire prison camp for German POWs. Work is difficult but fulfilling, home just difficult. The only light on her horizon is a friendship with one of the German doctors.
(May 2010) Full details

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Salt Blue

   (Gillian Morgan)
Twenty-year old Stella's quietly conservative life is diagnosed as in need of a major change by her glamorous friend. 'Salt Blue' is Stella's journey from seaside Wales to upstate New York, from child...
(April 2010) Full details

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Sea of Troubles

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
Nicholas is heartbroken–his home burned down and the love of his life married to another. In this second adventure he looks for more than transient thrills but his ability to find trouble is unerring...
(June 2011) Full details

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Something Must be Done

   (Dora Beale Polk)
Set in South Wales in the 1930s, this is a powerful story told with the lightness of touch and warmth of the Ealing comedies.
( 2003) Full details

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The Captain's Wife

   (Eiluned Lewis, ed.Katie Gramich)
Lettice Peters travelled the world on her husband's ships, but has now settled with her children in the little cathedral town of 'St Idris' in Pembrokeshire.
(September 2008) Full details

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The Great Lie: A Nicholas Talbot Adventure

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
Nick runs away from the clutches of a tyrannical guardian with a troupe of travelling players. They bring him to London – a hotbed of political and sexual intrigue, where he must find a way to surviv...
(June 2010) Full details

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The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen

   (Lindsay Ashford)
No-one has ever been able to provide a satisfactory explanation for the tragically early death of Jane Austen. A shocking new possibility emerges in this intriguing novel...

(October 2011) Full details

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The Pier Glass

   (Nia Williams)
A compelling first novel interweaving lives across five centuries in a plot of epic dimensions.
( 2001) Full details

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The Rebecca Rioter

   (Amy Dillwyn, ed.Katie Gramich)
The compelling story of Evan Williams and the notorious Rebecca Riots of the 1830s.
( 2004) Full details

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The Sky over Wales

   (Siân James)
Award winning author Siân James offers us a delightful glimpse into her early childhood days in Cardiganshire, beautifully illustrated by Pat Gregory.
( 1997) Full details

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The Small Mine

   (Menna Gallie, ed.Jane Aaron)
A Valley community, in particular its women, struggle to come to terms with the tragic death of a young collier. Originally republished by Honno in 2003 and now in a new edition with an updated introd...
(September 2010) Full details

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The War Before Mine

   (Caroline Ross)
A brief wartime romance leaves Rosie heartbroken and pregnant, not knowing if Philip - on a suicide mission designed to stop the Nazi invasion - is alive or dead.
(October 2008) Full details

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Welsh Women's Poetry 1460-2001

   (Anthology, ed.Katie Gramich, Catherine Brennan)
This groundbreaking volume is the first bilingual anthology of Welsh women's poetry.
( 2003) Full details

£14.99      BUY NOW

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