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Author: Anne Irwin
Publisher: Palala Press
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UCD Combe flowers: poems; by Anne Irwin. 2nd ed. London: Hatchards; Ilfracombe: John Tait. 1879. xii, 89 pp. BL IRWIN, Edward (1848-80).
Author: Catherine Reilly
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Literary Criticism
These two volumes list late-and mid-Victorian poets, with brief biographical information and bibliographical details of published works. The major strength of the works is the 'discovery' of very many minor poets and their work, unrecorded elsewhere.
Book 1 of the Convergence Series Michael Combe. MOON FLOWER BOOK1 OE THE CONVERGENCE SERIES BY MICHAEL COMBE MOUNTAINLAND publishing mc' Moon Flower: Book ...
Author: Michael Combe
Publisher: Mountainland Publishing Inc
Mass destruction has erupted all over the world and one group is laying claim: The Darkwings. But this mysterious group will not reveal their hidden agenda nor will they cease their carnage until their unknown mission is achieved. Only the ultra-secret spy network of Monitor can possibly stop them. In this whirlwind of clashes between nations and ideals emerges Moon Flower, a survivor of one of the Darkwings plots. Alone and powerless, she tries for rescue her friend from Kraagen, a renegade dragon and Darkwing Commander who has plans for his captive in a future Darkwing scheme. It is a race against time, against military forces, against the very essence of magic itself to save the girl and the world.
'You're early for once, miss,' commented Mrs Combe, who was sitting at the table studying the menu lists. 'The kettle's boiling.
Author: Lucinda Riley
Publisher: Penguin UK
'Atmospheric, heart-rending and multi-layered' Grazia From the Number One internationally bestselling author of The Butterfly Room & The Moon Sister comes a romantic and moving page-turner which sweeps from war-torn Europe to Thailand and back again . . . Julia Forrester has many happy memories of a childhood spent at Wharton Park, playing amongst the exotic flowers her grandad cared for. Now, recovering from a family tragedy, she once more seeks comfort at Wharton Park, newly inherited by the charismatic Kit Crawford, with a sad story of his own. But when an old diary is found during renovation work, the pair turn to Julia's grandmother to hear the truth about the love affair that turned Wharton Park's fortunes sour . . . And so Julia is plunged back in time, to the world of Olivia and Harry Crawford, a young couple torn apart by the Second World War - and whose fragile marriage is destined to affect the happiness of generations to come, including Julia's own. Praise for Lucinda Riley: 'Thoroughly addictive storytelling with a moving, emotional heart' Dinah Jeffries 'Brilliant escapism' Red Outside the UK, this book is published under the title The Orchid House
Lucy declared she would escape from Combe for a while to help Sophia with the flowers. All the young children had helped by collecting flowers from every ...
Author: Amanda Giorgis
Publisher: Amanda Spearing
What happens to the trees happens to the boys.... Three cedar trees grow beside the Applecross homestead in New Zealand’s South Island. Precious trees, carried from Scotland across the world as seedlings. A poignant reminder of home. As they mature, so too do Freddie, the eldest son of Sophia Mackenzie, and Ben and Ed, twin sons of Nancy Lawton. To Atewhai, the wise old Maori woman, the growth of the saplings into mature trees is matched by the passage of the boys into manhood. Will Sophia and Nancy allow their sons to strike out into the world, or will they hold them back with their roots set firmly in the farm soil? And, when one of the precious cedar trees is damaged in a storm, does it foretell of tragedy involving one of the boys? Atewhai certainly thinks so…… Join us as our settlers embrace the late 1860s, a period of rapid change in New Zealand. Railways, improved roads and better communications are beginning to open up this remote and spectacular corner of the world to visitors. Some fall in love and find it hard to leave the basin, while others are torn between love and a desire to be involved in this exciting period of progress. Who will stay, and who will leave for ever? Three Cedar Trees is the 4th book in The Applecross Saga.
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