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The Duke's Agent

by Rebecca Jenkins Quercus (August 12, 2014)

Raif Jarrett has returned from battle, and is seeking a quiet life as agent to the Duke of Penrith. So when he is sent to the Durham town of Woolbridge to settle the affairs of one of the Duke's tenants following...

Minds of Winter

by Ed O'Loughlin Quercus (December 06, 2016)

When history looks through the annals of polar exploration, it is sure to deem Sir John Franklin's 1845 campaign in search of the Northwest Passage as the darkest chapter. All 129 men would be lost to the ice;...

Under a Cloud-Soft Sky

by Elizabeth Gill Quercus (June 03, 2014)

This is the inspiring story, set on the cusp of the 20th century, of four people struggling to leave the past behind them and find happiness together.

In a small village in the north of England, Dennes Eliot...

Shelter from the Storm

by Elizabeth Gill Quercus (June 03, 2014)

A tragic and moving rural saga Shelter from the Storm is a powerfully resonant novel about the consequences of early trauma and the harsh reality of life in a bygone age.

After a deeply harrowing incident at...

The Road to Berry Edge

by Elizabeth Gill Quercus (June 03, 2014)

A beautifully written and deeply evocative story of love and loss in regency England, The Road to Berry Edge explores the pain of bereavement and the joy of learning to love again.

As Rob Berkeley comes home...

The Fall and Rise of Lucy Charlton

by Elizabeth Gill Quercus (June 03, 2014)

A gritty, emotional saga about tragic loss, a mysterious inheritance and one woman's determination to succeed in the male-dominated society of 1920s northern England.

Since childhood, Lucy Charlton has dreamed...

Death of a Radical

by Rebecca Jenkins Quercus (November 05, 2013)

It is early 1812 and King George's subjects are suffering from the war, bad harvests and bad trade. As they wait for the influx of strangers attracted by the Easter Fairs, the authorities in Woolbridge fear...