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MAGNA (Hardcover)
January / February
SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE MISSING EARL
AND OTHER NEW ADVENTURES N.M. Scott
In this beautifully crafted homage to Conan Doyle’s greatest creation, N.M. Scott presents fourteen brand-new cases from the incomparable Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick Dr John Watson. Written with wit and style, these stories plunge the reader once more into the murky depths of Victorian criminology, and will prove a delight to all Holmes fans, ever thirsty for more adventures from Dr Watson’s voluminous case book.
l Mystery – 300pp – January – ISBN 978 0 7505 4217 3
TELLING TALES Jane Yeadon
Growing up on a farm in the north of Scotland could be both rewarding and challenging. Now, bestselling author Jane Yeadon recounts her childhood before her nursing adventures started, in her own unique and entertaining style. Telling Tales recounts how Jane learns about her place in the scheme of things, the hard way. Poignant and touching, this nostalgic account of life on the farm recalls a way of life which was so recent but now is all but forgotten.
l Non-Fiction – 367pp – January – ISBN 978 0 7505 4182 4
DECEPTION M. C. Beaton
When one of her sisters is attacked by Harry Devers, the son of Mannerling’s present owner, Abigail Beverley puts her obsession with reclaiming the mansion on hold. Then Abigail meets Lord Burfield, fresh back from the army and in full-time pursuit of a bride. Yet unexpected circumstances force Harry Devers to recuperate from a riding accident in the Beverley home, where Abigail’s twin sister Rachel nurses him back to health – and into betrothal. Stirred from its brief slumber, Abigail’s fury returns, alive and kicking. So when Rachel begins to have doubts about marrying Harry, Abigail devises a daring plan to win back Mannerling once and for all.
l Historical Romance – 246pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4184 8
NIGHTINGALES AT WAR Donna Douglas
The Nightingale nurses are doing their bit for king and country . . . Dora is the devoted mother of twin babies but, determined to help the war effort, she goes back to work at the Nightingale Hospital. More used to nights out in the West End, Jennifer and Cissy volunteer in the hope of tending to handsome soldiers. For shy and troubled Eve, the hospital provides an escape from the pressures of home. But as the war takes its toll, will the Nightingale Hospital survive the Blitz?
l Family Saga – 460pp – February – ISBN 978 0 7505 4226 5
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