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The Chemist's Son By Molly Cutpurse
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London 1963 A physiologically disturbing account of an imaginary or real event. Mr William Mills is a widower and pharmacist whose shop is near St Paul's Cathedral. When his twin children, John and... More > Jane discover an abandoned Roman ruin under the shop’s cellar, it leads them to series of disturbing events. Nonetheless, many years later, when John writes about their experience, is he writing the truth or hiding something malevolent?< Less
The Morrow Family of Newgate Street, 1939 By Molly Cutpurse
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The last year of a lower class London family and friends living and working in Newgate Street before war engulfs them. There are funerals, affairs, deception, violence, and even a murder. And to... More > those familiar with the Miriam series, there is a surprising visitor. A novel with domineering mothers, obsessions with famous trials and hangings and frustration that the little corporal from Germany was going to take over their lives. Yet amongst the anger and heartache of their everyday existence, many of their frustrations arrive from realising that they are subject to an unknowable future…< Less
TheAtwall Twins By Molly Cutpurse
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It is during the last and late days of December 1941 when the lonely but wealthy Miss Ada Atwall begins to receive telephone calls from a young and disabled woman called Sarah Atwall who claims to be... More > speaking from the future. Fascinated by occultism and astrology since a family tragedy devastated her family thirty years previously, Ada uses Sarah’s knowledge to advance her own popularity. Enter Mr Emerson Farthingale, a profoundly immoral son of a bishop who is determined to uncover the truth.< Less
Miriam’s Last Year By Molly Cutpurse
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Miriam is now eighty-seven and after Roy’s death, still lives in the large vicarage in Wanstead with Rafa alongside Rafa, Florence and her twin girls, Faith and Betty. It is now a time of... More > reflection, the promise of a great, great grandchild, and long conversations about the events and conditions that shaped her life. Yet even as her body moves inexorably into extreme old age, events continue around her that proves that even wheelchair bound, her clear and sound mind, alongside her remarkable memory, can still dispense positive advice and be more than useful to those who are charged with caring for her. Miriam’s Last Year also sees Rafa Barker in her twilight years when she too has become alone once more, abandoned by her one and only daughter over a shameful event from which she cannot face. A time when, surrounded by her close family and friend, she too takes a reflective sad look back on a lifetime of service and love as she cares for Miriam during her final days.< Less