A Time to Remember: the new heartwarming and gripping 2022 historical family drama from the No. 1 bestseller

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A Time to Remember: the new heartwarming and gripping 2022 historical family drama from the No. 1 bestseller

A Time to Remember: the new heartwarming and gripping 2022 historical family drama from the No. 1 bestseller

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The story of Barney Davidson, his family and the part Lucy played in his extraordinary life, is one of a deep, abiding love and an incredible sacrifice, spellbinding in its tragedy and passion. With her spouse having divorced her, she tries to overcome the pain by seeking comfort from other men. Barty Bendall had always loved her, and the girls needed a father, so Marcia moved to Blackburn with him, where she tried to forget the past. They have no way of knowing that the woman next door holds a dark and dangerous secret, one that she has carried with her for over twenty years!

But she can't quite forget Harry - the one that got away - and when a snow storm drives her into his arms, the inevitable happens. In the tiny front parlour fourteen year old Laura Blake watches her beloved father die, but not before he tells her she will make something of her life. When Jenny's mistress Claudia seduces her sweetheart, Frank, he leaves ashamed for a new life in Blackburn.Yet it is Ellie Armstrong’s home, and here she experiences love, a love that is hypnotic and fatally compelling. Determined to enjoy the security only wealth can bring, she stifles her feelings for young men, and works as a maid for Mr. The book describes how two individuals who happen to be lonely decide to travel to West Bay one summer to stay at a seaside village. Florence doesn't care about the gossips - she's drawn to the peaceful seaside town by the pull of her childhood, when she lived for a brief but happy time with her beloved late mother.

Despite being warned by her mother on her deathbed, Phoebe Mulligan has no choice but to throw herself on the mercy of her uncle, Edward. Born in a cotton mill house in Blackburn, Lancashire in a family of ten children, Josephine was married at age 16.In 1898, Kathleen Wyman lies in labor at Bessington Hall, her husband Edward sure that she has been unfaithful to him.

Her husband, Ben, killed himself; her brother in law was murdered; and her sister, Susan, abandoned her new born daughter, revealing the baby is Ben’s child.Maureen has been left some money by a previous employer and decides to contact her old school friend to reconnect and invite her to go on holiday. The new bestseller from the country’s number one storyteller is a deeply moving and powerful tale of love and courage and a sacrifice no man should be asked to make. Determined to make up for lost time, she decides to take a holiday, needing a companion, she looks up her friend, Barbara Hayle. It's the perfect spot for readers to get a glimpse of what lies within the pages, helping them decide which book to dive into next.

But things aren't as they seem, and what starts out as a nostalgic trip between friends, becomes something different altogether. When Ben Morris comes to the aid of Lucy Baker and her daughter Mary, he is intrigued by the story behind their frequent visits to the local graveyard.Banished in disgrace from the family home, Beth takes the northbound train and alights at Blackburn, friendless and alone.



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