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Catherine Cookson

Catherine Cookson

·3.93·46,049 Ratings
“ The only limits you see are the ones you impose on yourself. ” ― Dr. Wayne Dyer
Authors' Books
  • The Glass Virgin

    1969·
    ·3.9·1,054 Ratings
  • Feathers in the Fire

    1971·
    ·4.05·410 Ratings
    Every once in a while, circumstance traps a group of people in a pattern of tragedy and violence from which they struggle vainly to fight free. Thus it was with the Master of Cock Shield Farm, Angus McBain, a man too easily tempted to sin, and those in an
  • Maggie Rowan

    1975·
    ·3.93·224 Ratings
    Describing the worries and hardships of life in a Durham mining village, this book features Maggie Rowan's consuming jealousy at her sister's good fortune in marrying a long established family friend. Beneath Maggie's forbidding exterior is a desire to be
  • Tilly Trotter Wed (Tilly Trotter Trilogy, #2)

    1981·
    ·3.96·623 Ratings
    Beautiful and bewitching Tilly Trotter has served Mark Sopwith devotedly for twelve years--his wife in all but name.  But now his is dead and Tilly's whole future at Highfield Manor looks uncertain.Four months pregnant with Mark's child, Tilly's predica
  • The Cultured Handmaiden

    2005·
    ·3.83·199 Ratings
    At twenty-one, Jinny Brownlow's life is not going as well as she had hoped. She's working at a dead-end typing job at an engineering firm and has just been dumped by her fiance for her own roommate. Outside of work her only hobby is her local theater grou
  • The Devil and Mary Ann

    1975·
    ·4.06·200 Ratings
    When Mary Ann is sent from her native Tyneside to become a pupil at a high-class convent boarding school on the South Coast, the idea in her benefactor's mind was that she should be turned into a little lady. In this, the third story in the Mary Ann serie
  • Our Kate: Catherine Cookson, Her Personal Story

    1974·
    ·4.05·330 Ratings
    Catherine Cookson novels are set in and around the northeast of England, past and present. This, her autobiography, makes plain how it is she knows her background and her characters so well. The Kate of the title is not Catherine Cookson, but her mother.O
  • The Maltese Angel

    1993·
    ·3.84·234 Ratings
    Ward Gibson knew what was expected of him by the village folk, and especially by the Mason family, whose daughter Daisy he had known all his life. But then, in a single week, his whole world had been turned upside down by a dancer, Stephanie McQueen, who
  • The Golden Straw

    1993·
    ·3.71·245 Ratings
  • A Dinner of Herbs

    2001·
    ·4.06·545 Ratings
    A legacy of hatred can be a terrible force in life over which not even an enduring love and all the fruits of material success may prevail. Catherine Cookson explores this theme in a major novel that will absorb and enthral her readers as irresistibly as
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