A Time for Renewal: Book Two in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - He's waiting for his divorce to go through and has family problems that take him away from Rivenshaw. The second installment in the bestselling, set at the end of the Second World War***In the wake of World War Two, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga, the whole country is desperate for houses, with very little money available to rebuild.

In this time of renewal, and the old house, will the group find a way to rebuild their lives, as planned?***********Praise for Anna Jacobs:'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. Daniel is still unsettled after his wartime experiences.

A Time for Renewal: Book Two in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two #ad - . In the town of rivenshaw in lancashire, Mayne Esher has no choice but to turn Esherwood, the war-damaged stately home which has been in his family for generations, into flats. On top of these troubles, saving Esherwood proves to be a difficult undertaking for Mayne and Judith. Rebuilding esherwood won't be easy but with Judith Crossley by his side, Mayne hopes to restore it to its former glory.

. She is one of the best writers of lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times. First, he must open it up to some of his long-suffering army friends. And it soon becomes clear that the house isn't the only thing which needs rebuilding.

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A Time to Rejoice: Book Three in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - While clearing out the house in readiness for the rebuild, they've discovered that someone has been stealing valuables and hiding them in the old Nissen hut. But things are not going to plan: mayne isn't answering any of his letters; Francis' wife is having a change of heart about moving up north - and her parents seem set on destroying his reputation.

. But who hid them there - and are they planning on returning for them? And are they also responsible for something else found in the shelter: a body, buried in a shallow grave. With so much going against them, can these four friends ever turn their dreams into reality?*************Praise for Anna Jacobs:'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular.

A Time to Rejoice: Book Three in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two #ad - Book three in the beautifully heartwarming rivenshaw saga, the only thing that has kept francis brady going while he works day and night salvaging what he can from the rubble is the thought that soon he'll be joining war-time friends Mayne, set at the end of the Second World War***After a stray bomb scored a direct hit on his childhood home in Hertfordshire, Daniel and Victor as electrician in their new dream building firm in Lancashire.

But how can he turn down the opportunity of a new life and career in Rivenshaw? Meanwhile in Rivenshaw itself, newly married Mayne and Judith's plans to convert Esherwood house into flats have come to an abrupt halt. She is one of the best writers of lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph.

A lot of marriages are breaking up in these times of change, and Francis is loathe for his to be one of them.

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Gifts For Our Time: Book Four in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - Germany 1939, and christa sommer boards the Kindertransport, unsure that she'll ever see her beloved mother and father again. Once in england she is taken in by elderly Mrs Pelling, who grows to love Christa as the daughter she never had. Determined to do their bit for soldiers returning from the war they have agreed to allow the council to build prefabs on some of Esherwood's garden.

Taking pity on christa, they take her to Rivenshaw where they plan to start a new life as part of the Esher building firm. There christa is welcomed with open arms and she soon develops a love for the place, the people and, Daniel. The prejudice against germans still runs high in England, and Christa is unable to secure a job or a place to stay.

Gifts For Our Time: Book Four in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two #ad - . Luck comes her way when a lady she saves from being mugged turns out to be Mayne Esher's friend Daniel's mother. But esherwood is not the trouble-free sanctuary she first thinks. Mayne has also discovered a secret door at the back of the old Nissen hut, with a complicated locking mechanism that has local locksmiths dumbfounded.

Just what is hidden behind the door to warrant such high security? While her will cannot be found, her money-grabbing niece appears out of the blue to claim her inheritance and turfs Christa out, with only a suitcase to her name.

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A Time to Remember: Book One in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - He'd grown into a bully and a drunkard, and on the occasions he'd come home from leave, he'd hit her. She decides that for the children's sake, she must leave her husband. He wasn't a good father, either. The first book in the gripping Rivenshaw Saga, set at the end of World War Two***1945. It should be a time of utter joy and celebration.

Most women can't wait for their men to return, but in the small town of Rivenshaw in Lancashire, Judith Crossley fears having her husband back in the house. She is one of the best writers of lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times.

A Time to Remember: Book One in the the gripping, uplifting Rivenshaw Saga set at the close of World War Two #ad - The war in Europe is over. But with the house rented in his name and other accommodation scarce, where on earth can they go?*************Praise for Anna Jacobs:'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. But judith knows that when her husband returns, she and her children will be back in the firing line again.

Luckily judith has found an unlikely ally, a friend to turn to - Maynard Esher, from an old aristocratic family on the other side of town.

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Salem Street: Book One in the brilliantly heartwarming Gibson Family Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - The first book in the gripping, uplifting gibson Family saga, perfect for fans of, Catherine Cookson and 'Call the Midwife'**Lancashire, Dilly Court, 1820. She is one of the best writers of lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times.

Abandoned and pregnant, will annie ever be able to move into the wider world again?********Praise for Anna Jacobs'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. And then her jealous new stepmother throws her out of the house. But she finds work in the local doctor's household, and when her adored childhood friend Matt asks her to marry him, Annie thinks her dreams are coming true.

Salem Street: Book One in the brilliantly heartwarming Gibson Family Saga #ad - Then suddenly everything turns upside-down. Annie gibson's family is one of the first to move into the brand new terraced houses on Salem Street, built by a mill owner for his workers. Annie's is a happy childhood - until her mother dies, leaving her to bring up her brother and sister.

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High Street: Book Two in the gripping, uplifting Gibson Family Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - Annie gibson can finally leave Salem Street. At long last she's realised her dream of opening an elegant dressmaking salon in the mill town of Bilsden - and she is determined to take her father and his second family with her, away from poverty. But annie's troubles are far from over. Book two in the gorgeously heartwarming gibson Family series, perfect for fans of Catherine Cookson, Dilly Court and 'Call the Midwife'**Lancashire, 1845.

Someone is trying to undermine her business; her family have their own ideas about what they want to do with their lives; and several men are persistently trying to win her favour, including Frederick, the mill owner, and Daniel, her childhood friend. As annie gets better acquainted with both, she becomes increasingly confused about her feelings.

High Street: Book Two in the gripping, uplifting Gibson Family Saga #ad - She is one of the best writers of lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times. Can she really be in love? and can she risk trusting any man ever again?**************Praise for Anna Jacobs: 'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular.

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Ridge Hill: Book Three in the beautifully heartwarming Gibson Family Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - But not everyone is as pleased as they are. Preparations are under way for Annie Gibson's wedding to Bilsden's wealthy mill owner, Frederick Hallam. Tom's happiness is jeopardised bya shocking revelation that turns his world upside down. She is one of the best writers of Lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews.

Even annie's own family feels threatened. And even Annie's joy cannot last. Because someone has uncovered the secrets she has fought so hard to keep hidden. Annie's son, william, finds out some devastating news about his own father. Frederick's daughter is horrified at the prospect of a new, attractive stepmother arriving at the house on Ridge Hill.

Ridge Hill: Book Three in the beautifully heartwarming Gibson Family Saga #ad - . Praise for anna jacobs:'anna jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular. The only person who seems pleased is Annie's brother Tom. And soon, real troubles begin to pile up for the Gibsons.

The third book in the stunning gibson family series, Dilly Court and Catherine Cookson**Lancashire, perfect for fans of 'Call the Midwife', 1848.

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One Quiet Woman: Book 1 in the heartwarming Ellindale Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - One of the most lovely and heartwarming books I have ever read! 5 STARS' - Between the Pages Lancashire, 1930 Leah turner's father has been killed in an accident at the laundry, and since her mother died years ago it falls to her to become sole provider for her little sister. Out of the blue charlie Willcox, the local pawnbroker, offers her a deal.

The idea of a marriage of convenience doesn't please Leah, but she finds Jonah agreeable enough and moving with him to the pretty hamlet of Ellindale may be the only chance of a better life for her sister. When i finished I felt like I had been through an emotional wringer. But other people have plans for the remote Pennine valley, and the two sisters find themselves facing danger in their new life with Jonah.

One Quiet Woman: Book 1 in the heartwarming Ellindale Saga #ad - But women's wages are half those of men and pawning the few belongings she has left will only keep their vicious rent collector at bay for a few weeks, so even if she finds a job, they'll lose their home. 5 stars' - stardust book reviews 'i was gripped from the very first word on the very first page and I wasn't released until the last word on the last page.

Can the three of them ever look to a brighter future?Further praise for ONE QUIET WOMAN 'A book of family, love, friendship and loyalty. 5 stars' - ginger book geek'Yet another brilliant book' - 5-star reader review. Charlie thinks Leah would be perfect for the job.

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Hallam Square: Book Four in the brilliantly entertaining and heartwarming Gibson Family Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - Annie hallam has at last found complete happiness. Rebecca, her half-sister, is longing for something more than her work in the salon. But worries are on the horizon. And something much more dangerous is looming - a threat not only to Annie's peace of mind, but to her life. Praise for anna jacobs:'catherine cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular.

Frederick has been looking rather pale lately. Book four in the heart-melting gibson family series, perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Catherine Cookson and 'Call the Midwife'**Lancashire, 1858. And william, her son, isn't happy at university. After years of struggling to make a living in the small town of Bilsden, Annie knows she deserves to sit back and enjoy her life - after all, she's not yet forty, and still in her prime.

Hallam Square: Book Four in the brilliantly entertaining and heartwarming Gibson Family Saga #ad - Her brother tom hasn't moved on after the death of his wife. She has three healthy babies and adores her husband Frederick. She is one of the best writers of Lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews.

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One Kind Man: Book 2 in the uplifting Ellindale Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - Just as he's ready to settle down again, his great-uncle dies and leaves everything to him. This includes heythorpe House in Ellindale just down the road from Leah Willcox and her little fizzy drink factory. Finn finds a village of people in dire need of jobs, a house that hasn't been cleaned or lived in for thirty years and Reggie, an eleven-year-old who's run away from the nearby orphanage and its brutal Director Buddle.

When finn sees the marks left by regular beatings, he decides Reggie will never go back there. But buddle has other plans for the child, and will stop at nothing to get Reggie back in his cruel grasp. Just one man can make all the difference. 1931, lancashire:when finn carlisle loses his wife and unborn child, he spends a few years travelling to keep the sad memories at bay.

One Kind Man: Book 2 in the uplifting Ellindale Saga #ad - Finn's new neighbours help him save Reggie but other surprises throw his new plans into turmoil. Praise for the ellindale series'one of the most lovely and heartwarming books i have ever read!' - 5 STARS - Between the Pages 'A book of family, love, friendship and loyalty' - 5 STARS - Stardust Book Reviews'I was gripped from the very first word on the very first page and I wasn't released until the last word on the last page.

. When i finished i felt like i had been through an emotional wringer' - 5 stars - ginger book geek***********what readers are saying about ONE KIND MAN'Brilliant' - 5-STARS'Loved it, can't wait for the next one' - 5-STARS'Another excellent read from Anna Jacobs' - 5-STARS.

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Spinners Lake: Book Five in the stunningly heartwarming Gibson Family Saga

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Hodder & Stoughton #ad - In the mill town of Bilsden, Annie Hallam's husband Frederick is dying. On top of that, a spurned suitor of her sister Joanie is determined to have her, whatever the cost. Annie has to rebuild her life after the worst happens and plans to create Spinners Lake, an extraordinary project that will keep her workers from destitution and assuage her own grief.

. Meanwhile, times are hard in Bilsden and unemployment is rife. And then a ghost from her past returns from the American Civil War. She is one of the best writers of Lancashire sagas around' - Historical Novels Reviews. Can the secret plans that frederick made for annie on his deathbed bring her hope and happiness once again?**************Praise for Anna Jacobs:'Catherine Cookson fans will cheer!' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph'Anna Jacobs' books have an impressive grasp of human emotions' - Sunday Times'Anna Jacobs' books are deservedly popular.

Spinners Lake: Book Five in the stunningly heartwarming Gibson Family Saga #ad - The final installment in the beautifully heartwarming Gibson Family series, Dilly Court and Catherine Cookson**Lancashire, perfect for fans of 'Call the Midwife', 1860. And he is not the only one who wants to harm the Gibson family.

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