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Holloway, House of Correction By Molly Cutpurse
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Holloway, House of Correction is an alternative fantasy and documents the unlikely friendship between two women; Victoria, wealthy, beautiful and recently married, and the impoverished Margaret, the... More > only surviving daughter of Victorian England's most prolific serial murderer, Mary Ann Cotton. Both live close to the old Holloway Gaol when it became a women’s only prison in the spring of 1902.< Less
Miriam's War By Molly Cutpurse
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Mrs Miriam Baxter, an ordinary London housewife apart from being an ex convict, is devoted entirely to her family, which consists of her two children, parents and three sisters. She would call... More > herself unremarkable. However, it was her determination and courage which took her and her family through the Second World War. In Miriam's War, there are no hints of heightened suspense, no clues as to where her story could veer to; it just is.< Less
Miriam’s Family Blitz By Molly Cutpurse
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On the 7 September 1940, the London Blitz began in ernest. This was when the Nazi Luftwaffe machine switched from daylight raids on military targets to heavy bomber raids at night focusing on large... More > cities. Miriam’s Family Blitz, already broadly conceived in, Miriam’s War by the same author, places her family’s first fifteen days of the London Blitz under a magnifying glass. A period in which the mundane lives of her close family and friends in the East End found themselves experiencing front-line warfare for the first time, undergoing the inconvenient blackout, general restrictions and rationing. From the family’s once relatively quiet life, and with Miriam, released from Holloway prison only one year previously, the intense and very real fear of invasion, gassing, destruction and death occupies almost their every thought.< Less
The Soul In The Machine By Molly Cutpurse
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The future: The ability to map the human cortex neurone by neurone has been perfected by way of scanning. While people live, it is now possible to place a copy of a person's personality into data... More > storage. A Similarity. The main reason is so the bereaved can communicate with them after death. Geolog is a world leader in this technology. For two middle-aged sisters, Mia and Emma, living on an isolated farm on the periphery of Hastings, this technology divides them. When Mia’s husband is murdered in Hong Kong and she uses his Similarity online, a family secret is revealed forcing them to ask some profound questions about life and the continuance of the human soul. And all the time, Geolog, the technology giant, is monitoring them.< Less

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