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Shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2008 and our readers' favourite. RNA panel comment: "It is very moving and the complexities of love and war are explored in depth. A memorable read."
The fourth in the series set in the Rhondda Valley during the early 20th century. You may have caught some of her Hearts of Gold series dramatised by the BBC. Sheâ€™s lovely.Similar this month: Lyn Andrews.Comparison: Catherine Cookson, Iris Gower, Jessica Blair.
The third in her Welsh coalmining series takes us into the First World War. She is very good. Her very Catherine Cookson-esque Hearts of Gold series was dramatised on BBC 1 and there are more to come, I understand. Her 50â€™s Swansea series is republished alongside this; she is well worth trying.Comparison: Iris Gower, Catherine Cookson, Maureen Lee.Similar this month: Lilian Harry, Katie Flynn.
Following on from Beggars and Chossers, we are now in the middle of the Welsh miners strike in 1910. More quality writing from the author who also writes the â€˜Hearts of Goldâ€™ series on the BBC
This is very good indeed. Itâ€™s the first in a new series and has the Welsh pits as its backdrop and is by the author who wrote the highly successful television series Hearts of Gold.
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