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A Reunion in Damascus - East-West Dialogue By Nadwa Arar
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Eighteen-year old Victoria, daughter of a British aristocrat, is confronted with the sudden death of her much adored father Lord Edward Grantonmere, an affluent and influential entrepreneur. Soon she... More > learns the secret her father has harboured for many years. Her mother, who she thought had died while giving birth to her, is alive. To her surprise she discovers that her natural mother is a woman of Arab descent. Now Victoria embarks on a mission to find her mother and twin sister. This takes her to Damascus, where she learns about her Arab Moslem background. Nadwa Arar has written a splendid first novel. She is herself of Arab family background and was born and brought up in Germany and educated in the USA and Great Britain. Her book seeks to build a bridge between East and West. Two Sisters growing up, one in each culture.< Less
And Who Are You? By Margaret Lashmar
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Margaret Lashmar tells the true story of her mother leaving home with the lodger in the 1950's, when she was aged just five, her life without her, and then the reunion, fifty years later. A... More > heart-warming story, filled with tears and laughter. Margaret's story begins before she was even born, and follows her life from the moment her mother left and the intervening fifty years. A chanced upon radio programme leads to the discovery and subsequent reunion with her mother, who'd certainly never forgotten her only daughter.< Less
And Who Are You? By Margaret Lashmar
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Margaret Lashmar tells the true story of her mother leaving home with the lodger in the 1950's, when she was aged just five, her life without her, and then the reunion, fifty years later. A... More > heart-warming story, filled with tears and laughter. Margaret's story begins before she was even born, and follows her life from the moment her mother left and the intervening fifty years. A chanced upon radio programme leads to the discovery and subsequent reunion with her mother, who'd certainly never forgotten her only daughter.< Less
If I Had A Chance By Tatia DiChiara
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A single mother reflects upon raising her two children in Maine and recalls their wonderful adventures along the way. Even during times of everyday stress, through strength, determination, and a... More > relentless spirit, she still manages to find time to provide her kids a chance of a lifetime.< Less
Dear Son / Moving On By Philippa Hope-Hornsey
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My life as a daughter, sister, wife, mother and an adoption survivor. When I was 19 years old I was forced to surrender my son. It broke my heart and I became severely depressed which included self... More > harming and being suicidal over the years. In 2004 I found my son who had been searching for me and had found my family in 1999. I had fallen out with my family in 1999 but from 2001 (we had moved) I let my parents know where my husband and I were but they chose not to tell my son. Life has been a rollercoaster but reunion hasn't made up for the lost years and the pain is always with me.< Less
Ad infinitum By Mary Woody
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"A remarkable story of a mother and daughter's reunions after the daughter's death; a story of suicide, of grief, and healing."
No Way to Live By Chrissie McDill
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Still haunted, thirty years later, by memories of Jane, Claire and Angela, the bullies of her school years, imprisoned by the selfish demands of her invalid mother, betrayed by her boyfriend,... More > Rose’s only solace is the attic where she paints and invents an alter ego. When she’s invited to a school reunion, Rose goes in disguise but flees when she’s recognised by Maggie, her old Sports Mistress. Jane Rossetti, one of the trio who made Rose’s school years a misery, now feeling remorse, is drawn into Rose’s life through her abusive mother. Jane’s ex-partner, Robyn, finds Rose “odd”. Claire dies. Angela is murdered and Robyn warns Jane “she’s a nutter...and you’re the only one left”. As Jane and Rose grow closer, Jane, ignores Robyn’s warning until her daughter Lauren, disappears with Rose. Rose again feels rejection; more secrets emerge, and a terrified Lauren flees for her life.< Less
A Second Time for Julia By Judith Fitzsimons
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Carlo’s heart still burns for Julia, despite having been divorced for a number of years. It was Julia's mother, the Contessa Maria Portelli who had broken them up and would always stand in the... More > way of any reunion. Finally, with an opportunity to control the his father-in-law's company, Carlo allows Julia access to their daughter, on the condition that they remarry. This time, however, the Contessa meets her match. Julia, no longer the frightened, naïve, young bride, is determined to rescue her little girl from the clutches of this grasping, evil woman and win back the love and respect of her beloved husband…< Less
A Second Time for Julia By Judith Fitzsimons
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Carlo’s heart still burns for Julia, despite having been divorced for a number of years. It was Julia's mother, the Contessa Maria Portelli who had broken them up and would always stand in the... More > way of any reunion. Finally, with an opportunity to control the his father-in-law's company, Carlo allows Julia access to their daughter, on the condition that they remarry. This time, however, the Contessa meets her match. Julia, no longer the frightened, naïve, young bride, is determined to rescue her little girl from the clutches of this grasping, evil woman and win back the love and respect of her beloved husband…< Less
Mae-be Roses By Rebecca Bloomer
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Mae Rose, is a self-confessed ‘nothinger’. Her dad has called her Mae-be from the day she was born. She’s his bundle of possibilities. All her life she’s proven him right. She... More > gets good grades but is not the sportiest, coolest or cleverest girl in school. Mae-be has no siblings to hate and no history of abuse, self or otherwise. When she finds herself pregnant, Mae-be has a lot to learn. She learns the hypocrisy of some, the kindness of others and the need for making a life after she brings one into the world. Along the way she learns a lot about herself, via her mother’s story. Ma, as Mae calls her, had her own, illegitimate child at twenty. In the days when the legal voting age was twenty-one, and women weren't worth educating, she was forced to give her daughter up for adoption. Two weeks after adoptive legislation changes, the phone rings and her daughter wants to speak with her. Mae-be Roses follows a mother’s story, from rumour, to truth, to a touching reunion.< Less

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