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  • Queen Victoria's Granddaughters: 1860-1918 | Christina Croft

    Queen Victoria's Granddaughters: 1860-1918

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Christina Croft
    • Narrated By Fleur Edwards
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    On 6 July 1868, when told of the birth of her seventh granddaughter, Queen Victoria remarked that the news was "a very uninteresting thing for it seems to me to go on like the rabbits in Windsor Park". Her apathy was understandable - this was her 14th grandchild, and, though she had given birth to nine children, she had never been fond of babies, viewing them as "frog-like and rather disgusting...particularly when undressed".

    francesca says: "A whole lot of Princesses"
  • The Haunting of Thores-Cross: A Yorkshire Ghost Story | Karen Perkins

    The Haunting of Thores-Cross: A Yorkshire Ghost Story

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By Karen Perkins
    • Narrated By Fleur Edwards
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Emma Moorcroft is still grieving after a late miscarriage and moves to her dream house at Thruscross Reservoir with her husband, Dave. Both Emma and Dave hope that moving into their new home signifies a fresh start, but life is not that simple. Emma has nightmares about the reservoir and the drowned village that lies beneath the water, and is further disturbed by the sound of church bells - from a church that no longer exists.

    Jamie says: "Brilliant!!!"
  • Parliament of Rooks: Haunting Brontë Country | Karen Perkins

    Parliament of Rooks: Haunting Brontë Country

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Karen Perkins
    • Narrated By Fleur Edwards
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    No matter how hard life is, humanity has the power to make it bearable -- or worse. Parliament of Rooks, the new historical paranormal novel in the award-winning Yorkshire Ghosts series, contrasts the beautiful, inspiring village of Haworth today with the slum -- or rookery -- it was during the industrial revolution: rife with disease, heartache, poverty, and child slavery in the mills. In 2017, life expectancy in the UK is 81.

    Miss says: "Gripping"
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