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Two Worlds and Their Ways

Ivy Compton-Burnett

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The Shoes of the Fisherman

Morris West

Format: Paperback

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The heartwarming and profound story of Kiril Lakota, a cardinal who reluctantly steps out from behind the Iron Curtain to lead the Catholic Church as pope, and finds himself thrown into the machinations of Cold War politics. This international bestselling novel remains one of Morris West's best known works and is the first title in his Vatican Trilogy.

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Lazarus

Morris West

Format: Paperback

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At the heart of this thriller is Pope Leo XIV, who battles enemies from within the Vatican and Islamic terrorists determined to assassinate him, as well as the damage his own policies have done to the Church. This is the third novel in Morris West's internationally bestselling Vatican Trilogy.

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All the Galaxies

Philip Miller

Format: Paperback

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The Lovely Bones meets Margaret Atwood in this extraordinary, deeply moving, supernatural story of a young man's journey to find his mother.

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Maggie's Kitchen

Caroline Beecham

Format: Paperback

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Amid the heartbreak and danger of London in the Blitz of WWII, Maggie Johnson finds her courage in friendship and food.

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The Way Back

Kylie Ladd

Format: Paperback

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All she wanted was to escape. But why does she still feel trapped. A gripping psychological drama by the author of Mothers and Daughters and Into My Arms.

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Valiant Gentlemen

Sabina Murray

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A spellbinding historical epic that follows the lives and friendship of poet and Easter Rising Irish rebel Roger Casement and English sculptor Herbert Ward from their youth working in the Congo to Casement's arrest for treason and death by execution in 1916.

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The Captain's Girl

Nicola Pryce

Format: Paperback

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A stunning second novel in Nicola Pryce's eighteenth-century Cornish saga, following the desperate struggles of heroine Celia Cavendish as she bravely attempts to craft her own future.

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Happy People Read and Drink Coffee

Agnes Martin-Lugand

Format: Paperback

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After a terrible tragedy shatters her almost perfect life Diane, owner of a popular literary cafe in Paris, moves to a small Irish village. There she meets Edward, a brooding Irish photographer, and a suprising romance blossoms. An international runaway bestseller soon to be a major film.

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Forgotten

Nicole Trope

Format: Paperback

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In a single day, a simple mistake will have life-altering consequences for everyone involved... A gripping domestic noir thriller from the author of Blame.

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