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 B2547
 B5380
 B5690
 B6573
Books produced in the past    ( Total: 4 )

Fiction

  • Title : Across a summer sea
    Across a summer sea
    • Author : Andrews, Lyn.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B2547
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Genre : Domestic fiction.
    • Volume : 5 volumes
    • Summary :
      When Frank throws his family out on the street, they flee to Dublin.
      When Frank throws his family out on the street, they flee to Dublin. There, his wife Mary meets Richard O'Neill, a handsome but solitary man. Despite the attraction, Mary's not looking for love, and when she hears that Frank needs her she returns to Liverpool - to an uncertain future.

  • Title : Accomplice of love
    Accomplice of love
    • Author : Sutherland, Titia.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B5380
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Genre : Romance.
    • Volume : 4 volumes
    • Summary :
      When Leo Kinsey bought "Girl with cat", the painting of a nude whose auburn hair was the same colour as the cat's fur, he had no idea how deeply involved he was to become with both the artist and the model.
      When Leo Kinsey bought "Girl with cat", the painting of a nude whose auburn hair was the same colour as the cat's fur, he had no idea how deeply involved he was to become with both the artist and the model.

  • Title : A much younger man
    A much younger man
    • Author : Highbridge, Dianne.
    • Transcriber : Mary Szabo.
    • System Number : B5690
    • Collection : Fiction
    • Genre : Romance.
    • Volume : 3 volumes
    • Summary :
      Aly is a thirty-five year old high school English teacher, divorced, not thrilled with her job, a little lonely.
      Aly is a thirty-five year old high school English teacher, divorced, not thrilled with her job, a little lonely. One day she takes the train instead of driving home and is recognized by Tom, the son of her best friend. After this first accidental encounter, they meet again, and again. Aly finds herself taking the train, looking forward to this interlude. Tom is tall, blond, handsome, an athlete, intelligent, sensitive - even a gifted musician. The moments they spend together become the most meaningful part of their lives. Then he wants more. How can she resist? They are perfectly suited in every way but one. Tom is a much younger man.

Nonfiction

  • Title : A stinging tale
    A stinging tale
    • Author : Lees, Richard.
    • Transcriber : Jan Howell.
    • System Number : B6573
    • Collection : Nonfiction
    • Genre : Autobiography.
    • Volume : 3 volumes
    • Summary :
      An inspiring story of a man who was brought up in Rochdale in the fifties, and who battled with the trauma of losing his sight as a teenager.
      An inspiring story of a man who was brought up in Rochdale in the fifties, and who battled with the trauma of losing his sight as a teenager.