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Truth games
Truth games
England, Caroline2020
Articles
Family is everything to Ellie Wilson. She tries hard to be the perfect mother, the perfect partner, the perfect daughter - but she can't always seem to get it right. When an old friend from university re-enters their lives, dark memories from Ellie's past begin to resurface. Memories that have be...
Betray her
Betray her
England, Caroline2020
Articles
She's your best friend. But can you trust her? This is a twisty and utterly compulsive psychological thriller about toxic relationships with terrible consequences.
Betray her
Betray her
England, Caroline2019
Articles
She's your best friend. But can you trust her? This is a twisty and utterly compulsive psychological thriller about toxic relationships with terrible consequences.
My husband's lies
My husband's lies
England, Caroline2018
Articles
Known since school as 'The A Team', Nick, Dan, Jan, and Will have been best friends for years. But now they're older, and their bond is stretched by partners, children and the tightening net of secrets that are threatening to emerge. On the morning of Nick and Lisa's wedding, their friend Penny i...
Beneath the skin
Beneath the skin
England, Caroline2017
Articles
'Antonia, Antonia. My name is Antonia.' It's been her name for many years. But sometimes, like tonight, she forgets. Antonia has a secret. A secret so dark and so deep that she can barely admit it to herself. Instead, she treats herself to Friday night sessions of self-harm while her husband Davi...
Godly clergy in early Stuart England : the Caroline Puritan movement, 1620-1643
Godly clergy in early Stuart England : the Caroline Puritan movement, 1620-1643
Webster, Tom1997
Articles
This book provides a context for a renewed examination of the thinking behind debates on ceremonial nonconformity and reactions to the Laudian changes of the 1630s.
Circles and squares : the lives and art of the Hampstead modernists
Circles and squares : the lives and art of the Hampstead modernists
Maclean, Caroline2021
Articles
Caroline Maclean offers a spellbinding portrait of the Hampstead Modernists, threading together the lives, loves, rivalries and ambitions of a group of artists at the heart of an international avant-garde. Hampstead in the 1930s. Drawing on previously unpublished archive material, Maclean's ele...
Maggie's kitchen
Maggie's kitchen
Beecham, Caroline2018
Articles
When the British Ministry of Food urgently calls for the opening of restaurants to feed tired and hungry Londoners during WWII, aspiring cook Maggie Johnson seems close to realising a long-held dream. After overcoming a tangle of red tape, Maggie's Kitchen finally opens its doors to the public an...
Maggie's kitchen
Maggie's kitchen
Beecham, Caroline2017
Articles
When the British Ministry of Food urgently calls for the opening of restaurants to feed tired and hungry Londoners during WWII, aspiring cook Maggie Johnson seems close to realising a long-held dream. After overcoming a tangle of red tape, Maggie's Kitchen finally opens its doors to the public an...
Tell me a lie
Tell me a lie
Carver, Caroline, 1959-2017
Articles
A family in England is massacred, the father left holding the shotgun. PC Lucy Davies is convinced he's innocent. A sleeper agent in Moscow requests an urgent meeting with Dan Forrester, his amnesia means he has no idea who he can trust. An aging oligarch in Siberia gathers his henchmen to disc...
An imperial crisis in British India : the Manipur uprising of 1891
An imperial crisis in British India : the Manipur uprising of 1891
Keen, Caroline2015
Articles
In 1891, a major anti-British revolt erupted in the northeastern Indian princely state of Manipur after a miscalculated attempt by the Government of India to assert its authority in the wake of a palace coup. Following the murder of a number of senior officers, a substantial British force descend...
Burnt Norton
Burnt Norton
Sandon, Caroline2014
Articles
1731: When his youngest son is killed in a tragic accident, Sir William Keyt, master of Norton House, buries himself in his fortune. The erection of a second vast mansion on his grounds defies expense and denies mortality, an emblem of the Keyt name for generations to come. Keyt can tolerate no o...
Burnt Norton [sound recording]
Burnt Norton [sound recording]
Sandon, Caroline2013
Audiobooks
1731: When his youngest son is killed in a tragic accident, Sir William Keyt, master of Norton House, buries himself in his fortune. Keyt can tolerate no obstacle to his desires - including his surviving son's love for a young maidservant.
Virginia Woolf's garden : the story of the garden at Monk's house
Virginia Woolf's garden : the story of the garden at Monk's house
Zoob, Caroline2013
Articles
Monk's House in Sussex is the former home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It was bought by them in 1919 as a country retreat, somewhere they came to read, write and work in the garden. From the overgrown land behind the house they created a brilliant patchwork of garden rooms, linked by brick path...
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