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Charlotte and Rico have been brought up apart but when Francesca moves back to Manchester the two seem set on a collision course. Meanwhile, Misty's mother Lisa has died and her ex-boyfriend's... More > brother Tom is blackmailing her family. She hits the bottle but is it all down to grief? In the long-awaited conclusion to Broken Youth and Black Tears, Karen Woods weaves a brutal family tale of betrayal, secrets and murder with a shocking twist.< Less
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Prison Officer Joan lives with her cantankerous mother, has a dormant love life and low self-esteem. Her colleague and best friend Trevor is a middle aged man whose face would best be described as... More > 'lived in' - he hasn't had a leg over in years. Katrina and Cath share a cell at Maple Prison. When Cath's handsome brother Patrick comes to visit, Joan is instantly smitten and the cons hatch a plan to use him to get favours from the screw. Joan thinks she's in love although Trevor and her mother, Mable, are sceptical. Patrick's secret business venture seems to be going well with Joan's help but how long will it be before he tires of Joan and why is it only Mable that can see through his smile? Desperation and greed dominate Karen Woods' prison drama.< Less
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Best friends Melanie and Diane have grown up together on a 1980s Manchester council estate but when Diane gets pregnant mystery surrounds the identity of the father - is it honest, hardworking Gary... More > or John, the layabout son of the estate pub landlord? Forced into marriage at just 17 to Gary by a domineering father, home life soon becomes dull for Diane, while Melanie's boyfriend John gets involved with local dealer Donny and soon comes up with a plan to set up on his own. Yet all is not as it first appears and secrets, lies and sweet revenge soon occupy the minds of the characters in Karen Woods' latest gritty novel.< Less
The Square: Enter At Your Own Risk
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Alice Goodman has been forbidden from entering Tavistock Square for as long as she can remember but, now aged fifteen, the place looks tempting. Will she listen to her nana's warnings and steer clear... More > or is she destined to make the same mistakes as her drunken, violent mother? Karen Woods returns to familiar territory for her 12th novel to weave a tale of deceit, child abuse and desperation.< Less
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