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Mary Hooper

Mary Hooper

·3.72·15,089 Ratings
“ I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think. ” ― Rumi
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  • The Remarkable Life and Times of Eliza Rose

    ·3.75·1,459 Ratings
    Ousted from her family by her new stepmother, Eliza Rose makes her way to London--only to be thrown straight into prison for stealing a bite to eat. Her life takes a remarkable twist when she is rescued and befriended by the infamous actress Nelly Gwyn. N
  • Amy

    ·3.17·367 Ratings
    It's a difficult time for Amy--her two best friends have abandoned her and she's feeling lonely and vulnerable. Then, she meets Zed in an internet chat room and their online relationship quickly develops. Amy is thrilled to consider him her boyfriend. But
  • At the House of the Magician (At the House of the Magician, #1)

    ·3.67·630 Ratings
    A poor runaway during the Elizabethan period, Lucy does not have many options. Her luck turns around when she is taken on as a maid in the household of Dr. Dee, a real-life figure who was court magician to Queen Elizabeth I.The household is strange and si
  • At the Sign of the Sugared Plum (Sign of the Sugared Plum, #1)

    ·3.88·2,111 Ratings
    It is 1665 and Hannah is full of excitement at the prospect of her first trip to London. She is going to help her sister, Sarah, in her candy shop, 'The Sugared Plum'. But Hannah does not get the welcoming reception she expected from her sister, because t
  • The Fever and the Flame (Sign of the Sugared Plum, #1-2)

    ·4.02·138 Ratings
    A wonderful double dose of Mary Hooper at her historical best, with the re-publication of At the Sign of the Sugared Plum and its thrilling sequel, Petals in the Ashes, in one beautiful volume.
  • Petals in the Ashes (Sign of the Sugared Plum, #2)

    ·3.89·1,095 Ratings
    This gripping account of London's Great Fire of 1666 is a worthy companion to At the Sign of the Sugared Plum. Only one year after the city suffered such terrible losses during the Plague, London is recovering and Hannah convinces her parents that, with h
  • Poppy (Poppy, #1)

    ·3.73·347 Ratings
    England, 1914. Poppy is fifteen, beautiful and clever, but society has already carved out her destiny. There's no question of her attending the grammar school - it's too expensive and unsuitable for a girl. Instead, Poppy will become a servant at the big
  • War Girls

    ·3.81·118 Ratings
    1914: War has broken out across Europe and beyond. Nothing will ever be the same again for those caught up in the conflict.This collection of short stories explores how the First World War changed and shaped the lives of women forever. A courageous nurse
  • Poppy in the Field (Poppy, #2)

    ·3.88·129 Ratings
    When Poppy learns that the love of her life, Freddie de Vere, is to marry someone else, she knows her heart will break. Devastated, she volunteers her nursing skills overseas to take her away from the painful reminders at home. But things are about to get
  • The Disgrace of Kitty Grey

    ·3.52·217 Ratings
    Kitty is living a happy, carefree life as a dairymaid in the countryside. The grand family she is employed by looks after her well, and she loves her trade, caring for the gentle cows and working in the cool, calm dairy. And then, of course, there is Will
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