Silversurfers Book Club Spring 2015

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Each season we share a selection of popular book titles and new releases which you may like to read. You can choose to read them on a tablet or as a paperback, and you can read them in your own time. As and when you are ready, it would be great if you could write a review of the book at the bottom of our comments section and share your feedback with all who have read and reviewed them on Silversurfers, and give it a star rating from 1-5.

Below are six suggested titles to kick off the new Spring 2015 Silversurfers Book Club Season… Simply select the title you would like to read, and if you would like to buy it or download it for your Kindle or other tablet, there is a link next to the book title, which will direct you to Amazon, making it simple for you to buy. Alternatively, you may wish to buy the book elsewhere, or borrow it from you local library.

SIMPLY CLICK ON THE IMAGE OF THE BOOK YOU FANCY AND YOU WILL BE DIRECTED TO THE BOOK ON AMAZON … most titles are under £4.00 to purchase and less on a Kindle!

If you have previously read another book, and would like to recommend it as a future read for the Silversurfers book club, please also leave the title and author in the comments section, with a brief synopsis, and your review.

 

 The Murder Bag by Tony Parsons – Available from Amazon >>

 

THE MURDER BAG

 

Book Synopsis

This is the gripping first novel in an explosive new crime series by Tony Parsons, bestselling author of Man and Boy. If you like crime-novels by Ian Rankin and Peter James, you will love this.

Twenty years ago seven rich, privileged students became friends at their exclusive private school, Potter’s Field. Now they have started dying in the most violent way imaginable. Detective Max Wolfe has recently arrived in the Homicide division of London’s West End Central, 27 Savile Row. Soon he is following the bloody trail from the backstreets and bright lights of the city, to the darkest corners of the internet and all the way to the corridors of power. As the bodies pile up, Max finds the killer’s reach getting closer to everything – and everyone – he loves. Soon he is fighting not only for justice, but for his own life…

 

The Book Of You by Claire Kendal – Available from Amazon >>

 

THE BOOK OF YOU

 

Book Synopsis

A terrifying psychological thriller about obsession and power, perfect for fans of Gone Girl and Before I Go to Sleep.

Clarissa is becoming more and more frightened of her colleague, Rafe. He won’t leave her alone, and he refuses to take no for an answer. He is always there. Being selected for jury service is a relief. The courtroom is a safe haven, a place where Rafe can’t be. But as a violent tale of kidnap and abuse unfolds, Clarissa begins to see parallels between her own situation and that of the young woman on the witness stand. Realizing that she bears the burden of proof, Clarissa unravels the twisted, macabre fairytale that Rafe has spun around them – and discovers that the ending he envisions is more terrifying than she could have imagined.

 

A Colder War by Charles Cummings – Available from Amazon >>

 

A COLDER WAR

 

Book Synopsis

MI6’s Head of Station in Turkey is killed in a mysterious plane crash. Amelia Levene, chief of the Secret Intelligence Service, wants the incident investigated – quickly and quietly. The only man she can trust is Thomas Kell, a disgraced spy searching for redemption. Arriving in Istanbul, Kell discovers that MI6 operations in the region have been fatally compromised: a traitor inside Western Intelligence threatens not just the Special Relationship, but the security of the entire Middle East. Kell’s search for the mole takes him from London, to Greece, and into Eastern Europe. But when Kell is betrayed by those closest to him, the stakes become personal. He will do anything to see this operation through – including putting himself, and others, in the line of fire…

 

 

  The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton – Available from Amazon >>

 

THE MINIATURIST

 

Book Synopsis

There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed …On an autumn day in 1686, eighteen-year-old Nella Oortman knocks at the door of a grand house in the wealthiest quarter of Amsterdam. She has come from the country to begin a new life as the wife of illustrious merchant trader Johannes Brandt, but instead she is met by his sharp-tongued sister, Marin. Only later does Johannes appear and present her with an extraordinary wedding gift: a cabinet-sized replica of their home. It is to be furnished by an elusive miniaturist, whose tiny creations mirror their real-life counterparts in unexpected ways …Nella is at first mystified by the closed world of the Brandt household, but as she uncovers its secrets she realizes the escalating dangers that await them all. Does the miniaturist hold their fate in her hands? And will she be the key to their salvation or the architect of their downfall? Beautiful, intoxicating and filled with heart-pounding suspense, The Miniaturist is a magnificent story of love and obsession, betrayal and retribution, appearance and truth.

 

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey – Available from Amazon >>

 

Elizabeth is missing

 

Book Synopsis

Meet Maud. Maud is forgetful. She makes a cup of tea and doesn’t remember to drink it. She goes to the shops and forgets why she went. Sometimes her home is unrecognizable – or her daughter Helen seems a total stranger. But there’s one thing Maud is sure of: her friend Elizabeth is missing. The note in her pocket tells her so. And no matter who tells her to stop going on about it, to leave it alone, to shut up, Maud will get to the bottom of it. Because somewhere in Maud’s damaged mind lies the answer to an unsolved seventy-year-old mystery. One everyone has forgotten about. Everyone, except Maud…

 

Miss Carters War by Sheila Hancock – Available from Amazon >>

 

MISS CARTERS WAR

 

Book Synopsis

It is 1948 and Britain is struggling to recover from the Second World War. Half French, half English, Marguerite Carter, young and beautiful, has lost her parents and survived a terrifying war, working for the SOE behind enemy lines. Leaving her partisan lover she returns to England to be one of the first women to receive a degree from the University of Cambridge. Now she pins back her unruly auburn curls, draws a pencil seam up her legs, ties the laces on her sensible black shoes, belts her grey gabardine mac and sets out towards her future as an English teacher in a girls’ grammar school. For Miss Carter has a mission – to fight social injustice, to prevent war and to educate her girls.

 

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judyap
18th May 2015
1
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I have just written on the 2014 book reviews by mistake! Its good to have recommendations, but so far I havent enjoyed them. I didnt like "Elisabeth is missing" or "The Miniaturist"at all and was so disappointed with them. I will try anything , I really enjoy books by Phillipa Gregory, Barbara Erksine, Scott Mariani and Dan Brown, so I enjoy all sorts of books!
Meggy
6th May 2015
1
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I have just read "The Farm" by Tom Rob Smith. It is a real page turner and I couldn't put it down - perfect book to take on holiday!

A real thriller with twists and turns and beautifully written.
sanneharvey
4th May 2015
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An amazing book I have just finished is the Ghostwriter, set in modern day and during WWII in Java concentration camp. I am sure your readers will love it
Lind
17th Apr 2015
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Thanks to Telegraph I have found you and recommended you to a work colleague.I have just finished reading Elizabeth is Missing and today bought The Miniaturist love all your reviews Thank You so much everyone.
grannypin
5th Apr 2015
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I am so glad I found silversurfers and your book club as I am hopeless at choosing books to read. Just finshed The Murder Bag, my fourth from your spring recommendations. Absolutely loved all 4 books, all very different, The Murder Bag and The Book of You my favourites. I am eagerly awaiting the next in the series about DC Max Wolfe and also your summer book club choices to enjoy in the sunshine.
My husband bought me Miss Carter's War for Christmas. I really enjoyed it probably more so due to it being set in the area I live. Well written and reflects very well all young people's ideas to "change the world", and not a sugary ending either.
Derowen
21st Apr 2015
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It is not only an excellent story but well written too. I didn't know about the women who did the job the heroine of the story was performing. Consequently I learned a bit of history too.
Heather B. Moon
25th Mar 2015
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Just read You before me by Jo jo Moyes! Touched me as my father was a paraplegic. Jo jo manages to bring humour into a dire situation. Made me laugh out loud in places as I could relate to it.
judyap
4th Jun 2015
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Jo jo Moyes has written some great books but"Thre girl he left behind"must surely be her best. I thoroughly enjoyed it!
Annef
24th Mar 2015
1
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Just read The Murder Bag. Plenty of twists and turns. Glad to hear there will be more in this series. Well crafted Tony Parsons.
Penny Price
24th Mar 2015
1
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Just finished Elizabeth is Missing, couldn't put it down. Felt for poor Maud and her family. A good story.
sanneharvey
23rd Mar 2015
1
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Finished the Book of You, found it an interesting read, found some if it disturbingly graphic, so beware. Overall a good read
sueskeet
21st Mar 2015
1
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Elizabeth is Missing - a brilliantly written book, you really feel how it must be to have dementia! My mother suffered, and now I realise how she felt. I really enjoyed this book.
patanne
21st Mar 2015
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Elizabeth is missing, enjoyed this book, got it for Christmas as a joke (my daughter is called Elizabeth). It did make me understand how my mum felt & feels as she is now in a home.
Dave G.
20th Mar 2015
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Ive just joined so don't know if this book has been recomended but please get hold of a copy of The truth of the Harry Quibert affair by Joel Dicker it is simply superb.
cathn123
20th Mar 2015
1
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I've read both the Minaturist and Elizabeth is Missing, both very different but both very enjoyable, and poignant, would recommend both .
The Minaturist took me a little while to get into but worth persevering.
trish58
20th Mar 2015
1
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I have just finishec The Book of You. I really enjoyed it but bit disappointed with the ending.
grannypin
23rd Mar 2015
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Completely agree with you.
sandrahbartlett
20th Mar 2015
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Loved Elizabeth is missing, can't recommend it enough.
Katrinac
20th Mar 2015
1
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I've just read The Miniaturist and really enjoyed it until the end.In fact I went back and re-read it in case I had missed something. I felt it was almost as if the author ran out of ideas and just finished it's quick as possible.It was a pity because I found most of it a real page turner!
Katrinac
20th Mar 2015
0
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Do you think it's leading to Book 2?!!!
MJF
20th Mar 2015
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Agree with your review Katrinic - I too was left with unanswered questions.
grannypin
15th Mar 2015
0
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Miss Carter s War - an enjoyable read, I think it helps to be of an age to remember most of the events Marguerite lives through. A very different book to The Book of You and Elizabeth is Missing, nevertheless would still recommend it as a lighter read. I think I will go for The Murder Bag next.
zzcap
7th Mar 2015
1
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books oh yes..... Just found a new author( to me) called Karren Rose. Reading Die for me....... wow what a great read.................
alittlebitlikeme
6th Mar 2015
1
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Like others, I also enjoyed The Miniaturist, finding it very atmospheric, intriguing and suspenseful. It's just so unusual: characters, setting and events are all original and interesting. However, I did find the ending rather unsatisfactory. The power of the miniaturist herself seems to just melt away and we never really meet her. The relationships between characters are strong yet none of them is ultimately successful. I wasn't looking for happy-ever-after - I just wanted more questions to be answered in the final pages. You should definitely read it though!!
MJF
20th Mar 2015
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So agree alittlebitlikeme. The ending led me to believe she was just setting the scene for a sequel. There were so much left unanswered and the character of the Minaturist was rather under developed even given her 'mysterious/mystical' nature.
grannypin
23rd Feb 2015
1
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I have just finished "Elizabeth is Missing" - what a rollercoaster of emotions. I didnt know whether to laugh or cry. My heart went out to Maud but thought Helen was amazing. Thoroughly enjoyed this, my second book club book. Miss Carters War next, can't wait.
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Thank you for that grannypin 🙂 hope you enjoy Miss Carters War too ...
nutwood
21st Feb 2015
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I have recently read an 'oldish' book entitled 'a fine balance' by Rohinton Mistry. This is about friends and their life in the slums of India. Absolutely riveting. Trying to find his other books in charity shops but no luck so far! They are on kindle but find it far better to hold a book!
MJF
20th Mar 2015
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Totally agree Nutwood, a great book and a wonderful writer - have read most of his books and would thoroughly recommend him.
Milliesmum
20th Feb 2015
1
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I have just finished The Miniaturist. I could not put the book down. I also found it very moving and I thought it was very well written.
sanneharvey
18th Feb 2015
2
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Elizabeth is Missing had me gripped from start to finish. I felt Mauds fears and also Elizabeth. Gave me food for thought. So glad I've found this book club, that makes book choosing interesting and easy. Thanks. Will review Book of You soon.
jessie42
16th Feb 2015
1
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Off to my local library to pick up or order a few of these ... I will be back with a review soon
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Great 🙂 Let us know which ones you borrow?
reenie
12th Feb 2015
1
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I am reading the Miniaturist after seeing some of the comments on here. At the moment I am 3/4 way through and can neither put it down or want to finish it. Jessie Burton has written an intriguing story that I would recommend .
iamised
7th Feb 2015
1
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Elizabeth is Missing great story line, couldn't put the book down. I am reading Wild by Cheryl Strayed at the moment and I'm enjoying it so far.
sanneharvey
7th Feb 2015
1
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Just finished Miss Carters War. Absolutely wonderful book. Best read I've had in a while. Fictional characters, but full of historical fact. Highlights the need for us all to speak out against any type of prejudices. Thoroughly enjoyed.
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Thanks for the lovely feedback sanneharvey .. which book will you choose next?;)
sanneharvey
18th Feb 2015
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Elizabeth is Missing just finished and started the Book About You, will review both
musiclady
6th Feb 2015
1
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Have just finished Miss Carters War by Sheila Hancock I so enjoyed her story of Marguerite,especially her days as a schoolteacher,how the memories came flooding back ,I felt as if I was back in the classroom. It was clever of the author to take us on a history lesson throughout the book. Can recommend it.
Have also read Elizabeth is Missing what an original idea and written by somebody who understands memory loss,recommended.
hollyberry
6th Feb 2015
2
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Elizabeth is Missing

Such a poignant tale so sensitively written -- funny and sobering .
judyap
6th Feb 2015
2
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I am so pleased to read the reccomendations as I have just bought The miniaturist and Elizabeth is missing. I thought that they both looked interesting and now cant wait to read them.
grannypin
3rd Feb 2015
1
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Was just looking back through earlier book club recommendations and in spring 2014 I noticed The Rosie Project. I have already read this book and would say it is a must read especially if you know anyone on the autistic spectrum. As the mother of a son with autism I found this book made me laugh out loud and have a constant smile on my face. It is truly the most enjoyable book I have ever read.
grannypin
2nd Feb 2015
2
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The Book of You - This is the first book club book I have read, absolutely gripping but with a slightly disappointing ending. This is the story of every womans worst nightmare. It sharpens all your senses and makes it very difficult to put down. I am eagerly awaiting my next book 'Elizabeth is Missing' .
trish58
20th Mar 2015
0
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I agree. Great book but disappointed with the ending
Elliebrook
11th Feb 2015
1
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Hello again Grannypin ... Wow, you were right. I could not put this book down. As I was reading it my mind kept leaping to 'what would I do' in that position? At times, I could feel my heart beat getting faster. At times, my mind would fast forward, trying to work out what was going to happen. I also thought that 'Robert' was just too good to be true; what a cad!!! I wasn't too disappointed with the ending, it would have been too good to be true. I even thought that she might become a stalker herself. The author was very clever. Nice talking to you Grannypin.
grannypin
11th Feb 2015
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Hi Elliebrook, glad you enjoyed it. Do you have any recommendations for me. I have just started "Elizabeth is Missing" but not got very far yet as had a busy week. Will comment when finished.
Elliebrook
12th Feb 2015
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Helly Grannypin, well what a coincident! I have just been in Waterstones after a recommendation from a friend to look at The Miniaturist but was drawn more and more to Elizabeth is MIssing and I will be starting is either tonight or in the morning. If you enjoy murder, suspense, etc (you know, to cheer yourself up, ha ha ha) I can recommend James Patterson's 'Lyndsey Boxer Series' and if you start with "1st to Die" it shows how 'the women's murder club' was established. All fascinating stuff. Good luck and I will let you know how I get on with Elizabeth is MIssing!
grannypin
12th Feb 2015
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Hello again Elliebrook, I look forward to swapping reviews on Elizabeth is Missing and thanks will give James Patterson a try as we seem to be on the same wavelength.
Elliebrook
5th Feb 2015
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Hello ... i have read your review of this book and despite the disappointing ending i am going to download it. As soon as I have read my current James Patterson book I will make a start. I am new to the book club and quite excited about discussing the book.
grannypin
5th Feb 2015
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Hello Elliebrook, do write a review when you have read the book as, like you I am new to the book club and interested to see what other people think of the books recommended.
westie1994
30th Jan 2015
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MISS CARTERS WAR
Really enjoyed following the life and loves of Marguerite from her girlhood right through to her golden years. A very different subject from my usual read, but it brought back many memories of the 50's and 60's.
Kay Newman
28th Jan 2015
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I have just finished Elizabeth is Missing. What a brilliant book! I couldn't wait to finish it, but was so disappointed when I did!! It's one of those stories that you just want to go on and on! I am usually a slow reader but I finished this in three days, I truly could not put it down! A superb read! More please!!
Rhett
28th Jan 2015
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I have just read a novel by a new author Nest Madden, called A Dark Spree. I thought it was a damn good read, a real page turner. it's out on Kindle. I would recommend anyone to have a look at it.
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Thank you Rhett 🙂
wallers2
20th Jan 2015
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The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton is the most eloquently written book I have read for some time. Very unusual but captivating and about a very severe period for women. I feel I am being transported into another world in Amsterdam in 1686. I can almost smell the nutmegs, cloves & sugar of the Dutch East India company. It is haunting & full of suspense with the unusual characters in the house. Deeply atmospheric. Thanks for recommending it.
Maryel
2nd Feb 2015
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I agree, I just finished this book. The characters are brought to life in a unique way with rich language and description throughout. Wonderful. I recommend it highly.
Chrisie
17th Jan 2015
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It's amazing ,every time I look at your books ,nearly everyone I would definitely choose myself ! You are totally in touch with the best books around ,am looking forward to borrowing ' The Miniaturist ' from.my friend tomorrow ,thankyou for the effort you put in
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Thank you Chrisie ... do let us know what you think of The Miniaturist when you have read it 🙂
judith 45
17th Jan 2015
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Will start reading soon! Thanks!
wallers2
17th Jan 2015
1
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So glad to have found you. I am an avid book reader & will read at least two of your recommended books as soon as possible.
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Great … do let us know what you thought of them when you finish 😉
lgellott
17th Jan 2015
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Mind Games and Ministers by Chris L Longden excellent read, Northern roots.
Tale of a northern lass. Who never meant to have sex with That Government Minister. Or her Ex. So soon after her husband was killed…

How soon is too soon for a relationship? For sex with your ex? Or for a quickie with a Government Minister? When you’re a newly bereaved widow?

Here lies the dilemma of working-class lass done good, Rachael Russell. Whose life “has morphed into a bizarre fusion of Greek tragedy, Wuthering Heights and a sodding Carry-On comedy.”

Rachael wonders whether she met early widowhood thanks to the Hand of the Gods. Should she blame herself and her bulk-buys of toilet roll? Did the obsession to win first lead to the untimely death of her husband on a motorcycle trip in Cape Town?

Either way, losing her high-flying Whitehall career and being saddled Up North with two hyperactive children and a caseload of battered women had never been part of Rachael’s game plan.

Neither had a re-run of addictive sexual shenanigans with her Ex. Sullen Yorkshire man Shaun. Far too soon after the funeral, Rachael.

And now Shaun is holding the purse strings for Rachael's beloved Women’s Centre.

And now Rachael has only just gone and upped the ante. Spending a very feverish night with the Minister for Communities, the Rt Honourable Michael Chiswick.

This widow does not Do Purdah…
WOMEN'S FICTION ROMANCE AND EROTICA
sixpence13
17th Jan 2015
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Brilliant service. Long may it last.
Brilliant books offered
Thank you
doctor sam
10th Jan 2015
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Sally,

I've published five novels, four of which are available as e-books, and three collections of short stories, all of which are available as e-books; all eight books have paperback versions and are available from Amazon. I'd be honored if one or more of my books would be listed in your book club. -- Sam Sackett

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