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Christmas at Emmerdale

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A wonderful Christmas gift for fans of ITV's Emmerdale and readers who love heartwarming and heartbreaking stories set in wartime. August 1914, and a terrible war begins, one that will affect the lives of everyone in the village of Beckindale. For Maggie Sugden, left to run Emmerdale Farm on her own while her husband, Joe, is at the front, it will bring grief and loss but also independence and the chance to find a place to belong - and perhaps even to love again. Christmas At Emmerdale is the first in a sweeping new saga series, exploring the lives of Emmerdale's much-loved families during the run up to the Great War. What readers are saying about Christmas at Emmerdale: 'An enjoyable read with well written and well-developed characters' 'Had a fantastic Christmas and Emmerdale feel to it. Really enjoyed it!'

The Emmerdale Girls

Author : KERRY. BELL
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Spring Comes to Emmerdale

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'Enthralling. Spring Comes to Emmerdale is beautifully written and researched' - Lancashire Evening Post A must for fans of ITV's Emmerdale, and readers who love heartwarming and heartbreaking stories set during wartime. 'Amazing! All the familiar names here, not least, the Dingles!' - Amazon reviewer, 5 stars World War I wages on, and the families of Emmerdale are trying their best to move on from tragedy, while the effects of war still resonate throughout the village of Beckindale. Though grief and loss permeate, Maggie Sugden, Rose Haywood and the other inhabitants of the village are finding independence, the chance to make their own happiness - and even opening themselves up to find love. Featuring firm fan favourites like the Dingles, The Woolpack Pub and Emmerdale Farm itself, this will be a delight for any Emmerdale fan. 'Totally brilliant and gripping - didn't want it to end' - Amazon reviewer on Christmas at Emmerdale Like the first in the series, Christmas At Emmerdale, the second novel explores the lives of Emmerdale's much-loved families during the Great War and beyond, and how the nation's favourite village copes with the loves and lives lost.

Hope Comes to Emmerdale

Author : Kerry Bell
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The perfect Mother's Day gift full of nostalgia and warmth, for fans of ITV's Emmerdale and readers who love heartwrenching stories set during wartime. World War II wages on. Rationing, blackouts, evacuees and military training camps have become the norm in the village of Beckindale, but happiness has been found during these hard times. Lily Dingle is getting married, Annie Pearson has returned after volunteering with the Wrens, and there are new neighbours to get to know... including a female vet of all things. The new inhabitants are about to learn things are never dull for the families of Emmerdale. Exploring the lives of Emmerdale's much-loved families during World War II, including favourites such as the Sugdens and the Dingles, Hope Comes to Emmerdale is a hopeful and nostalgic novel about community, friendship and love.

Emmerdale at War

Author : Pamela Bell
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The perfect Christmas gift full of warmth and nostalgia, for fans of ITV's Emmerdale, and readers who love heartwarming and heartbreaking stories set during World War II. Britain is at war once again and the families of Emmerdale are trying their best to cope with a new way of life. Rationing has been introduced across the country, two million more men have been called up for service, and blackouts, evacuees and military training camps have become the norm. In Beckindale, three young women are about to find their lives changed forever... Annie Pearson is working on Emmerdale Farm, while her love, Edward Sugden is at the front line. Lily Dingle has found purpose in joining the ATS, though she may get more than she bargained for. And Meg Warcup, now teaching at the local school, has taken in two children evacuated from Hull. They've adjusted to their new way of life until one day a German plane comes crashing down in the village... and changes everything in the village of Beckindale. The third novel in the Emmerdale series transports us to the Yorkshire Dales in the midst of World War II, exploring the lives of Emmerdale's much-loved families. Will the nation's favourite village overcome adversity to deal with the loves and lives lost?

Posh and Prejudice

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The divine Shiraz Bailey Wood is back in this hilarious sequel to Diary of a Chav to enlighten us with her signature brand of madcap humor on her demented, glorious life in the gritty suburbs of London. Chav: (n.): 1. A word that makes most Brits think of hoodies, hip hop, bling, and trouble. (It ain't a good fing, bruv.) At the end of the school year, 16-year-old Shiraz Bailey Wood isn't expecting incredible grades. But when her test results come in, she's astonished to discover that not only did she pass them all, but that she's also actually clever! Emboldened by an invite to higher-level classes, Shiraz decides she can't waste her brain power frying eggs for minimum wage at the greasy spoon Mr. Yolk. So even in spite of her Mum's objections that it ain't her place, Shiraz enrolls in Superchav Academy's "Center of Excellence" to get even brainier. Setting forth into the heady field of academia and hanging out with other boffin types seems like just the ticket to avoid getting stuck living like a chav forever in crappy Goodmayes Essex. Smooth-talking lads with whopping allowances tempt her-but Shiraz has to figure out: are these posh types really any better? Or maybe being a chav might not be all that bad-as long as it stands for Charming, Hilarious, Articulate, and Vibrant.

The Great Christmas Knit Off

Author : Alexandra Brown
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In the tradition of Trisha Ashley and Jenny Colgan, this first book in a new series by Alexandra Brown—author of the popular Cupcakes at Carrington’s series—tells the hilarious, heartwarming story of a jilted bride who anticipates a lonely Christmas but instead finds herself in the tiny village of Tindledale, where the residents share her obsession with knitting. When life unravels, it’s time to knit… Sybil has always taken comfort in her passion for knitting, creating beautiful knits stitch by stitch. But her world suddenly unravels when her fiancé ditches her for her identical twin sister at her Star Wars-themed wedding, leaving her sporting a Princess Leia do. Then things go from bad to worse when an incident at work jeopardizes her job. Hoping to escape her woes and forget that she’ll be alone for Christmas this year, she visits her friend in Tindledale—a winter wonderland of quaint shops and snowy rooftops. When she arrives in the idyllic town, she can’t help feeling like she’s in a Hallmark greeting card. She’s embraced by welcoming—if eccentric—locals wearing handmade knits that remind Sybil of her own creations as well as her unrealized ambitions of selling them. So when the vintage boutique asks her to make an assortment of knits for their display window, she’s thrilled. The hot town doctor has even taken an interest in Sybil, hoping to heal her broken heart. But just when Sybil thinks she’s going to have her fairytale Christmas after all, an unexpected turn of events threatens to unspool her happily ever after.

Christmas at Rachel s Pudding Pantry Pudding Pantry Book 2

Author : Caroline Roberts
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*Doors open at Rachel’s Pudding Pantry again for Christmas!* Cosy up with the new novel in the Pudding Pantry series, full of love, laughter, kisses under the mistletoe, and plenty of delicious pudding!

Punch

Author : Mark Lemon
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The Contemporary Review

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Fictional Cities and Towns in England Middlemarch Emmerdale Fictional Locations in the Railway Series

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Chapters: Middlemarch, Emmerdale, Fictional Locations in the Railway Series, Fictional Locations in Thomas and Friends, Weatherfield, Brit-Cit, Camberwick Green, Trumpton, Argleton, Holby, Walford, Parish Pump, Ffarquhar, Chigley, St. Mary Mead, Tilling, Akenfield, Hobbs End, Kings Oak, Royston Vasey, City of Dreadful Night, Blackbury, Tidmouth, Borchester, Riseholme, Much-Binding-In-The-Marsh, Walmington-On-Sea, Utterley, Stackton Tressel, Eastwick, Totleigh-In-The-Wold, Fulchester, Crampton Hodnet, Rummidge, Market Shipborough, Elsinby, Felpersham, Upper Radstowe, Skelthwaite, Wherton, East Bromwich, Harchester, Crinkley Bottom, Framley. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 221. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Emmerdale, known as Emmerdale Farm until 1989, is a popular and critically acclaimed British soap opera that has aired on ITV since 1972. It is set in the fictional village of Emmerdale (known as Beckindale until 1994) in West Yorkshire, England, and was created by Kevin Laffan, with Steve Frost and Gavin Blyth serving as Executive Producer and Series Producer respectively since 2009. The series is produced by Yorkshire Television and broadcast on the ITV network, and was first aired on 16 October 1972. It was originally conceived and broadcast as a daytime programme in an afternoon slot, becoming an early evening programme in 1978 in most ITV regions but excluding London and Anglia, both of which followed in the mid-1980s. Until the mid-1980s, Emmerdale took seasonal breaks and was not an all year round soap. The series was first broadcast over the Christmas holiday period in 1988. Emmerdale is shown every weekday at 19:00 plus an extra Thursday episode 20:00 (as of 23 July 2009). Episodes are first broadcast on ITV. Every episode lasts around 29/30 minutes (including commerc...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=19257

Paradise Bound

Author : Jonathan Larkin
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Anthony's seen the cranes go up. He's living in the Capital of Culture. So why is it that everything in the Dingle feels the same? What's a boy to do if he wants to talk about the latest subtitled film and drink green tea? If you want something different from everyone around you, can you really find happiness right there in your own backyard? Or is it over the rainbow after all? Paradise Bound premiered at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre on 28 April 2006.

Books Magazine

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Moving on

Author : James Hewitt
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James Hewitt was runner-up in Channel 4's 'The Games' in 2003, and in 2004, won 'Back To Reality', cementing his popularity with the public. Here, he reveals his deepest secrets and dishes the dirt on what it's really like to live in a confined space with other celebrities. James Hewitt has gone from being vilified to becoming one of the most popular celebrities and desired men in the country. James was a Guards Captain when he first met Princess Diana and he supported and cared for her during troubled times. When news of their affair hit the headlines newspapers cast James as the villain. Recently, in a remarkable reversal of fortune, James has proved his resilience and recast himself both as civilian and celebrity, winning Back to Reality and coming runner-up in Channel 4's The Games.

Villages of Britain

Author : Clive Aslet
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Villages of Britain is the history of the countryside, told through five hundred of its most noteworthy settlements. Many of Britain's villages are known for their loveliness, of course, but their role in shaping the nation over the centuries is relatively untold, drowned out by the metropolitan bias of history. A consummate storyteller, Clive Aslet deftly weaves the worlds of agriculture, politics, the arts, industry, folklore, science, ecology, fashion and religion into one irresistible volume. The Bedfordshire works that a century ago manufactured half a billion bricks a year; the Cheshire municipality striving to become the country's first carbon-neutral community; the Derbyshire estate where the cottages represent the gamut of European architecture; the Gloucestershire community founded by Tolstoyans, who still live by anarchic principles; the Leicestershire town where pub walls are embedded with Jurassic-era fossils; the Morayshire settlement where Hogmanay is celebrated eleven days late; the Pembrokeshire fishing hamlet that inspired Dylan Thomas; the Somerset village that was built on the back of the trade in Peruvian bird droppings; the Suffolk village that is rejecting modernity by reconstructing a windmill for grinding flour; the Surrey woodland that fosters Europe's most ancient trees - all these are places that have made a unique contribution to the narrative of this country. Follow Clive Aslet in visiting all five hundred villages, and you will have experienced the history of these islands from a uniquely rural perspective.

The Guinness Encyclopedia of Popular Music

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Films and Filming

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The Railway Magazine

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Author : Philip Purser
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The Guinness Book of Classic British TV

Author : Paul Cornell
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