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Simon & Schuster, Jan 2004, 25.00, 304 pp. ISBN: 0743237730 At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Fifteen Streets are filled with the...
Kate Hannigan's Girl
Simon & Schuster, Feb 2001, 24.00, 288 pp. ISBN: 0743212525 In the early twentieth century in the English countryside, Annie Hannigan know...
Our Kate, An Autobiography
Catherine Cookson, prolific novelist who died in 1998 at the age of 92 wrote this autobiography in 1968. The "Our Kate" of the title is her mother. ...
Simon & Schuster, Feb 2002, 352 pp. ISBN: 0743227611 In 1955 London, a woman in tattered clothing arrives at the law firm of Alexander Arm...
The Black Candle
As the story begins, Bridget Mordaunt has inherited a blacking factory and a candle factory from her father. Contrary to the typical young Victorian ...
The Black Velvet Gown
A young mother finds herself alone and unable to raise her family so she must move to an almost forgotten town to be a housekeeper for a desolate man....
The Fifteen Streets (Literature)
The O'Brien's lived in a mining community and were constantly trying to better themselves and keep from going into a state of poverty which was common...
The Fifteen Streets (Romance)
Simon & Schuster, Dec 2002, %25.00, 224 pp. ISBN: 0743236785 THE FIFTEEN STREETS are slums filled with abject poverty that usually leads to it...
Jinny Broadhurst has a large family of adult children and a sister who is mildly mentally challenged. Trying to keep her large extended family on the...
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