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A Burglary: or Unconscious Influence

   (Amy Dillwyn, ed.Alison Favre)
Heiress Ethel Carton is robbed of her prized jewels. A local collier and poacher is accused. The villain goes unsuspected until he falls for the headstrong yet moral heroine Imogen Rhys.
(August 2009) Full details

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A Diamond in the Sky

   (Margaret Pelling)
A touching and compelling story of love and loss from a new Honno voice, set among the dreaming spires of Oxford, rural West Wales and urban North London.
(August 2011) Full details

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A Time for Silence

   (Thorne Moore)
1933:Gwen's duty to her husband John has a terrible price. Now: Sarah becomes obsessed with restoring her grandparents' ruined farm. Two women, one dark secret...
(October 2012) Full details

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A View Across the Valley: Short Stories by Women from Wales c. 1850 - 1950

   (Anthology, ed.Jane Aaron)
Stories by Allen Raine, Dorothy Edwards, Hilda Vaughan, Brenda Chamberlain, Margiad Evans and others.
( 2002) Full details

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A Welsh Witch

   (Allen Raine, ed.Jane Aaron)
'They say she's a real witch,' says Goronwy Hughes' grandmother, warning him of Catrin Rees, the heroine of A Welsh Witch. The sea-side village of Treswnd has elected Catrin as its scapegoat, shunning...
(March 2013) Full details

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A Woman's Work is Never Done

   (Elizabeth Andrews, ed.Ursula Masson)
This new collection brings together for the first time the influential activist Elizabeth Andrews' memoir with many of her political articles from the 1920s-40s.
( 2006) Full details

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About Elin

   (Jackie Davies)
Elin Pritchard, ex-firebrand, is back home for her brother's funeral. Returning brings all sorts of emotions to the fore, memories good and bad, her own and those of the community she left behind.
(September 2007) Full details

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All Shall be Well

  
Honno's 25th anniversary anthology, brings together a wonderful and absorbing collection of writing by Welsh women taken from the fiction and non-fiction anthologies published by the press over the la...
(May 2012) Full details

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All Shall Be Well - Hardback

  
Honno's 25th anniversary anthology, brings together a wonderful and absorbing collection of writing by Welsh women taken from the fiction and non-fiction anthologies published by the press over the la...
(May 2012) Full details

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Back Home

   (Bethan Darwin)
Winner of the Pure Gold award.

Ellie is brokenhearted and so decamps home. Tea and sympathy from grandad Trevor help, as does the distracting and hunky Gabriel, then a visitor ...
(March 2009) Full details

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Beguiling Miss Bennet

  
The third volume of short stories shortlisted for the Chawton House Library Short Story Award. It tells the tales that continued behind the scenes, at Pemberly, Mansfield Park and elsewhere.
(August 2015) Full details

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Bells

   (Jo Verity)
When Jack dons his Morrismen's bells it brings a new zest for lifeÂ…and for the beguiling Non. But will wife, Fay, also be tempted to play away?
(May 2007) Full details

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Betsy Cadwaladyr: A Balaclava Nurse

   (Jane Williams (Ysgafell))
An Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis. Betsy's story is a unique record – the authentic voice of an early nineteenth century Welsh working woman recalling the events and experiences of an action-packed...
(January 2015) Full details

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Betsy Cadwaldyr Funding Appeal

  
Brave, adventurous, and totally unique - help bring Betsy Cadwaladyr's life story back into print, with new information!
(March 2014) Full details

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Big Cats and Kitten Heels

   (Claire Peate)
Rachel - suffering from a Dull Life Crisis - embarks on an action-packed hen weekend. But there's a 'big cat' on the loose and only a handsome Welshman in wellies between Rachel and a vicious killer.....
(July 2007) Full details

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Cerddi Jane Ellis

   (Jane Ellis, ed.Rhiannon Ifans)
The first Welsh volume by a woman, these poems cast light on the female experience, the hymn in Wales, Methodism, industrialization, & the nature of women's poetry in 19th century Wales.
(August 2010) Full details

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Changing Patterns

   (Judith Barrow)
The war is over but Mary still has to keep her relationship with Peter, a German ex-POW, secret. Sister Ellen & best friend Jean expect Mary to fix their troubles too. A vivid story of austerity B...
(May 2013) Full details

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Changing Times: A different world - women's stories of the 50s and 60s

  
Life in the 50s and 60s still meant segregation and inequality for many women, but it also brought rock-n-roll, rising hemlines and the first signs of female emancipation since the vote.
(January 2010) Full details

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Chocolate Mousse and Two Spoons

   (Lorraine Jenkin)
Lettie Howells has missed her chance – at love, at a career, at life – or so she thinks. A gently humorous take on the perils of dating when you're a flirty over-thirty
(April 2008) Full details

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Cold Enough to Freeze Cows

   (Lorraine Jenkin)
Iestyn and Menna were schoolfriends, but the path of true love is a rough farm track. Ladies man Johnny 'Sandwich' Brechan changes his ways when his help is called for. Esther is struggling to love he...
(July 2010) Full details

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Coming up Roses

   (Anthology, ed.Caroline Oakley)
Stories for the Green Fingered:From birth to death, horror to hilarity – a collection of stories for gardeners at home and away.
(January 2008) Full details

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Crumbling Pageant

   (Elisabeth Inglis-Jones, ed.Sally Roberts Jones)
Catherine Jones is obsessed with the decaying Morfa mansion. She dreams of restoring it to its original glory, and in pursuit of her dream neglects everything else, even her own children.
(September 2015) Full details

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Cut on the Bias: Stories about women and the clothes they wear

   (Anthology, ed.Stephanie Tillotson)
An anthology of fictional short stories that explores the intensely personal relationships women have with what they wear.
(January 2010) Full details

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Dancing with Mr. Darcy: Stories inspired by Jane Austen and Chawton House

  
An anthology of the winning entries in the Jane Austen Short Story Award 2009, which celebrates the bicentenary of Jane Austen's arrival in the village of Chawton, where she spent most of her literary...
(October 2009) Full details

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Dear Mummy, Welcome

   (Bethany Hallett)
Poignant, honest and intimate, Dear Mummy, Welcome is the true story of one woman's fight against the odds, and a little girl's
journey to find a mother.
(November 2011) Full details

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Death Studies

   (Lindsay Ashford)
Third title in the Megan Rhys crime series. A body turns up, miraculously preserved, in the bog behind the golf course.
( 2006) Full details

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Dragonchild

   (Anne Lewis)
Something is wrong with the magic. Something is feeding on it. The whole world is at stake... Third in the award-winning Bwgan Wood series.
( 2003) Full details

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Dringo'r Andes

   (Eluned Morgan, ed.Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, Kathryn Hughes)
Dringo'r Andes (1904) (Climbing the Andes) and Gwymon y Môr (1909) (Seaweed) are creative travel journals, the former chronicles a horse ride to the Andes, and ...
( 2001) Full details

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Eating Blackbirds

   (Lorraine Jenkin)
Godfrey is about to put years of careful saving to good use.Georgia needs a bolthole for the new baby. Mansel is on the brink of his dream relationship.And the bottom is falling out of Audrey's world....
(July 2009) Full details

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Eden's Garden

   (Juliet Greenwood)
Sometimes you have to run away, sometimes you have to come home: Two women a century apart struggling with love, family duty, long buried secrets, and their own creative ambitions.
(March 2012) Full details

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Eunice Fleet

   (Lily Tobias, ed.Jasmine Donahaye)
First published in 1933, this the deeply moving story about the treatment of conscientious objectors during the First World War.


( 2004) Full details

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Even the Rain is Different

   (Anthology, ed.Gwyneth Tyson Roberts)
A compelling collection spanning 150 years of Welsh women's experiences abroad.
(March 2005) Full details

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Everything in the Garden

   (Jo Verity)
A group of fifty-something couples, sell up their city homes to buy a rambling farm-house in the Welsh Marches.



(May 2005) Full details

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Facing into the West Wind

   (Lara Clough)
Jason may be lost and friendless, but he has a gift. He has a face people confess to.And those confessions are going to change everything ...
(October 2006) Full details

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Falling

   (Debbie Moon)
A cyber punk thriller of a time traveller trying to prevent her own murder.
( 2003) Full details

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Flights of Angels

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
The final installment of the exciting Nicholas Talbot adventures! Nick is married to Rosalyne and are riding hard for Scotland to avoid the trouble brewing at Court...
(June 2012) Full details

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Flint

   (Margaret Redfern)
Loyalty is a strange thing – sometimes it runs deeper than blood. Commandeered to build Edward 1's new Welsh castle ditch-digger Will and his mute brother Ned find their loyalties divided.
(June 2009) Full details

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Freshers

   (Joanna Davies)
Sex, drugs and rock'n'roll amidst the ivory towers in the early 90sÂ…what it's like to leave home and find a whole new world waiting, one that is frequently unkind to the unwary and inexperienced.
(March 2010) Full details

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Frozen

   (Lindsay Ashford)
The first title in the Megan Rhys crime series from Lindsay Ashford.
Two young prostitutes have been murdered but there is something wrong with the information the police are giving Megan.
(November 2003) Full details

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Getting a Life

   (Catherine Merriman)
Mammary orgasmic potential, atoms and molecules, the pursuit of beauty, the truth about art ? A highly original collection.
( 2001) Full details

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Ghostbird

   (Carol Lovekin)
Nobody will talk about Cadi's father & sister. But Cadi is determined to find out the truth.In a world of hauntings & magic, as she starts to search,the secrets & the ghosts begin to wake.
(March 2016) Full details

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Girl in Profile

   (Zillah Bethell)
Three voices, three loves, three lives, in Paris and Wales - before children, with children, after the children have gone. At times as subtle and luminous as a Gwen John painting, at others it is ...
(April 2016) Full details

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Girl on the Edge

   (Rachel V Knox)
Just how did her mother die and what did Leila witness on the cliff top, if anything? A compelling psychological thriller set in the moors of North Wales.
(May 2006) Full details

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Gladys of Harlech

   (L.M.Spooner, ed.Rita Singer)
Gladys of Harlech was first published anonymously in 1858. The novel is set during the Wars of the Roses in the mid-15th century and tells the story of Gladys, granddaughter of the last Welsh keeper o...
(February 2017) Full details

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Guerrillas in our Midst

   (Claire Peate)
Edda gets the terrible news that best-friend Beth is deserting her for family life but a final wine-fuelled night sees her joining secret group the Brockley Spades & life gets a lot more excitingÂ...
(February 2011) Full details

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Headhunters

   (Claire Peate)
Ambitious young journalist Kate and newly appointed Dean, Archie - more Converse All Stars than socks-and-sandals - find themselves thrown together to solve the mystery of the disappearing skulls.
(March 2009) Full details

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Hector's Talent for Miracles

   (Kitty Harri)
Mair's search for her lost grandfather takes her from a dull veterinary surgery in Cardiff to the heat & passion of Spain - to uncover her own family's secrets, and those of the intriguing HectorÂ...
(February 2007) Full details

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Here are Lovers

   (Hilda Vaughan, ed.Diana Wallace)
Romance blooms between Laetitia, the beautiful bookish daughter of the local Squire, and Gronwy, son of a tenant farmer, who longs to be a scholar. But Gronwy and Laetitia are trapped by circumstance....
(September 2012) Full details

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Here We Stand

  
A fascinating and unique anthology about contemporary women campaigners and how they were changed by the process of changing the world.
(June 2014) Full details

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Iancs, Conshis a Spam

   (Anthology, ed.Leigh Verrill-Rhys)
Atgofion Menywod o'r Ail Ryfel Byd.
( 2002) Full details

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In a Foreign Country

   (Hilary Shepherd)
Anne is in Ghana for the first time - her father has been working up country since she was a small child and they no longer really know each other. Then a terrible accident changes everything...
(March 2014) Full details

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In Her Element

  
20 women writers from all over Wales recount their deep personal connections to the landscapes which have shaped their lives – their loves, their joys, their losses, their inner and their outer world...
(June 2008) Full details

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Inshallah

   (Alys Einion)
With twin boys only months old, Amanda arrives in Saudi Arabia to live with her husband Mohammed. Her new life is strange and confusing...
(July 2014) Full details

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Iron and Gold

   (Hilda Vaughan)
A skilful retelling of the best known Welsh Fairy Bride folktale, ' The Lady of Llyn y Fan Fach.'


( 2002) Full details

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Jane Austen 3 for 2

  
The perfect gift for the Jane Austen Fan in your life - an intriguing novel that delves into the private lives of the Austen family, and two wonderful anthologies of the winning entries to the Jane A...
(November 2011) Full details

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Jill

   (Amy Dillwyn, ed.Kirsti Bohata)
Jill is an unconventional heroine - a lady who disguises herself as a maid and runs away to London. Life above and below stairs is portrayed with irreverent wit in this fast-paced story. But at the ...
(September 2013) Full details

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Laughing not Laughing

   (Anthology, ed.Catherine Merriman)
A unique autobiographical collection of from 26 authors writing about their sexual experiences.
( 2004) Full details

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Left and Leaving

   (Jo Verity)
Gil and Vivien have nothing in common but London and proximity, and responsibilities they don't want, but out of tragedy something unexpected grows.
(January 2014) Full details

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Light Switches are my Kryptonite

   (Crystal Jeans)
Sylvester is a frightened, brave, compassionate young man with an OCD problem. He spends a lot of time in his room, muttering his mantras and gluing glitter to the light switches. Join him, his fragil...
(April 2017) Full details

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Living in the Shadows

   (Judith Barrow)
There are secrets dating back to the war that still haunt the family... Sequel to the acclaimed WWII sagas Changing Patterns and Pattern of Shadows.
(July 2015) Full details

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Llon a Lleddf a StorĂŹau Eraill

   (Sara Maria Saunders (S.M.S., ed.Rosanne Reeves), ed.Rosanne Reeves)
The stories of an observant female writer about characters in rural Wales during the golden era of Nonconformity.
(August 2012) Full details

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Losing Timo

   (Linda Baxter)
"They killed our son just for the fun of it." London: June 1999: Hungerford Bridge. A haunting account of the events after the terrible night of the murder of the author's son.
( 2004) Full details

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Mae'r Galon wrth y Llyw

   (Kate Bosse-Griffiths, ed.Rosanne Reeves; Heini Gruffudd )
We follow the passion and suffering, happiness and bitterness of the lives of Doris, Arthur and Sian as important decisions have to be made, for better or for worse, which cause turmoil in the relatio...
(August 2016) Full details

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More Than Just a Hairdresser

   (Nia Pritchard)
Mobile hairdresser Shirley and sidekick Oli use the tools of their trade to covertly trail a client's philandering hubbie... A heartwarming belly-laugh of a book.
(November 2007) Full details

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More Than Just a Wedding

   (Nia Pritchard)
It's not just her wedding that Shirley's got to organise. There's Oli's adoption of a demanding dog, tracking down of errant husbands, and a hen weekend with the factory girls to be squeezed in.
(November 2009) Full details

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Motherlove

   (Thorne Moore)
One mother's need is another's nightmare... A gripping psychological thriller from the author of A Time for Silence.
(February 2015) Full details

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Mr Perfect

   (Joanna Davies)
Mari is looking for Mr Perfect, but is starting to worry that her ideal man doesn't exist. On the other side of the city, Owen is looking for love on his terms. Owen and Mari's paths keep crossing but...
(September 2013) Full details

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My Cheating Heart

   (Anthology, ed.Kitty Sewell)
Twenty-five original stories of intrigue, infidelity and betrayal


(October 2005) Full details

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My Heart on My Sleeve

  
Loves lost, loves regained and loves that hide themselves away... fourteen stories, new and rediscovered, from the best of Welsh women's writing.
(January 2013) Full details

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My Mother's House

   (Lily Tobias)
First novel from the acclaimed author of EUNICE FLEET – a poignant story of belonging, nationhood and identity set in Wales, England and Palestine
(March 2015) Full details

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Not Funny Not Clever

   (Jo Verity)
Two middle-aged women, one handsome tv star and three teenagers: Elizabeth was hoping for a week of wine and chat, Diane for help with her dilemma and Jordan certainly wasn't planning to spend a week...
(March 2011) Full details

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Not Thomas

   (Sara Gethin)
Tomos is 5 and lives with his mother. He longs to return to the place he thinks of as home. His mum has said not to answer the door to the men, so behind his chair Tomos waits, small and quiet.
(June 2017) Full details

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Of Sons and Stars

   (Catherine Merriman)
'I would say this author was born to write' - Lynne Reid Banks. This is Catherine Merriman's second collection of short stories, following Silly Mothers.
( 1997) Full details

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Pattern of Shadows

   (Judith Barrow)
Mary is a nurse at a Lancashire prison camp for German POWs. Work is difficult but fulfilling, home just difficult. The only light on her horizon is a friendship with one of the German doctors.
(May 2010) Full details

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Pererinion a StorĂŻau Hen Ferch

   (Jane Ann Jones, ed.Cathryn A. Charnell-White)
Her use of daring and highly personal themes drove Louie Myfanwy Davies (1908–68) to use the pseudonym Jane Ann Jones. Pererinion is a bittersweet autobiographical novella about the relationship of a...
(October 2008) Full details

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Persons Living or Dead

   (Nia Williams)
When two women excavate an abandoned garden, they find they have much more in common than an errant husband and son. A passionate story of love and loss.
(September 2005) Full details

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Plant y Gorthrwm

   (Gwyneth Vaughan, ed.Cathryn Charnell-White)
Plant y Gorthrwm (1908) is a nationalistic, political story
describing the dire consequences of the General Election of
1868 on a small rural community in north Wales.

(August 2014) Full details

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Remember No More

   (Jan Newton)
Newly promoted DS Julie Kite and her husband have left urban Manchester for a new start in tranquil mid-Wales. But on her first day she is thrust into the centre of a murder investigation.
(March 2017) Full details

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Safe World Gone

   (Anthology, ed.Patricia Duncker; Janet Thomas)
In these 28 stories, by turns funny, touching and scary, Welsh women authors explore the turning points that can change a woman's life forever.
(January 2007) Full details

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Salt Blue

   (Gillian Morgan)
Twenty-year old Stella's quietly conservative life is diagnosed as in need of a major change by her glamorous friend. 'Salt Blue' is Stella's journey from seaside Wales to upstate New York, from child...
(April 2010) Full details

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Sea of Troubles

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
Nicholas is heartbroken–his home burned down and the love of his life married to another. In this second adventure he looks for more than transient thrills but his ability to find trouble is unerring...
(June 2011) Full details

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Silly Mothers

   (Catherine Merriman)
This debut collection of short stories explores the fantasies, aspirations and self-deceptions which colour our everyday lives.
( 1997) Full details

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Sioned

   (Winnie Parry, ed.Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, Kathryn Hughes)
The story of a young, mischievous girl and her adventures against the backdrop of Nonconformist, agricultural Caernarvonshire in the nineteenth century.


( 2003) Full details

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Small Scale Tour

   (Caroline Ross)
Ham is a resting actor, but his eccentric Afghan employer is proving fertile ground for his latest tv script. Lust, love and death all in one life-changing season for Newcastle's Kicking Theatre Compa...
(October 2013) Full details

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Someone ElseÂ’s Conflict

   (Alison Layland)
Jay is haunted by the ghosts of war who threaten his life and his love. A compelling narrative of trust and betrayal, love, duty and honour from a talented debut novelist.
(November 2014) Full details

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Something Must be Done

   (Dora Beale Polk)
Set in South Wales in the 1930s, this is a powerful story told with the lightness of touch and warmth of the Ealing comedies.
( 2003) Full details

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Strange Blood

   (Lindsay Ashford)
Women are dying with pentagrams carved on their faces. Satanic ritual or cunning deception? Second title in the Megan Rhys crime thriller series.Shortlisted for Theakston's Old peculier Crime ...
(April 2005) Full details

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Strange Days Indeed

   (Anthology, ed.Lindsay Ashford; Rebecca Tope)
Funny, shocking and tender, this is a unique collection of autobiographical writings about motherhood penned by women from Wales.
(March 2007) Full details

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Stranger Within The Gates: A collection of short stories

   (Bertha Thomas, ed.Kirsti Bohata)
First published in 1912, this is a collection of witty, sharply observed short stories.
(March 2008) Full details

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Strike for a Kingdom

   (Menna Gallie, ed.Angela V. John)
The secrets and tensions of a close-knit mining community are exposed in this 'outstanding detective story', set at the time of the miners' strike in 1926, originally reprinted by Honno in 2003, now i...
(March 2011) Full details

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Struggle or Starve: Stories of everyday heroism between the wars

  
A vivid recreation of the lives of working class women during this difficult time of depression, dislocation and dramatic industrial and political struggle.
(October 2009) Full details

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Sweets From Morocco

   (Jo Verity)
Gordon has to go... Tessa and Lewis decide that something must be done when the arrival of baby Gordon threatens their, so far, perfect childhood. A bittersweet story of sibling love and rivalry.
(January 2009) Full details

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Telyn Egryn

   (Elen Egryn (Elin Evans, ed.Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, Kathryn Hughes), ed.Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, Kathryn Hughes)
The first volume in the Honno Welsh Classics series-a milestone in the history of women's poetry in Wales.
( 1998) Full details

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The Captain's Wife

   (Eiluned Lewis, ed.Katie Gramich)
Lettice Peters travelled the world on her husband's ships, but has now settled with her children in the little cathedral town of 'St Idris' in Pembrokeshire.
(September 2008) Full details

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The Colours of Corruption

   (Jacqueline Jacques)
As this gripping thriller uncoils, Jacqueline Jacques paints an intricate, vibrant picture of the layers of Victorian London, where the poor are commodities, criminals have nothing to lose and the ric...
(January 2013) Full details

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The Floristry Commission

   (Claire Peate)
A heart-warming romp through village life from a talented first time novelist. WHSmith Book of the month in Wales,April 2006.
(February 2006) Full details

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The Great Lie: A Nicholas Talbot Adventure

   (M. Stanford-Smith)
Nick runs away from the clutches of a tyrannical guardian with a troupe of travelling players. They bring him to London – a hotbed of political and sexual intrigue, where he must find a way to surviv...
(June 2010) Full details

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The Greatest Need

   (Jasmine Donahaye)
The first full biography of Lily Tobias (1887-1984) a Jewish writer from Wales: a courageous, idealistic woman who wrote compellingly about Jewish life and experience in the 20th century.
(March 2015) Full details

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The Heart Remembers

   (Margaret Redfern)
Venice, Ypres, Wales – an incredible adventure
across 14th century Europe. A thrilling picaresque adventure in storytelling from the author of Flint and The Storyteller's Granddau...
(October 2015) Full details

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The Illusion of Innocence

   (Jacqueline Jacques)
Three people on a crowded train, brought there by the same crime. From the author of The Colours of Corruption, also in the Archie Price series.
(November 2015) Full details

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The Killer Inside

   (Lindsay Ashford, ed.Caroline Oakley)
When the predators become the prey, not even prison bars will keep them safe. The fourth title in the Megan Rhys crime thriller series
(February 2008) Full details

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The Lindsay Ashford Series

   (Lindsay Ashford)
CRIME SPECIAL: 4 for 3 SPECIAL OFFER! Buy all four great titles in Lindsay Ashford's acclaimed Megan Rhys crime thriller series at a superb offer price.
( 2008) Full details

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The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen

   (Lindsay Ashford)
No-one has ever been able to provide a satisfactory explanation for the tragically early death of Jane Austen. A shocking new possibility emerges in this intriguing novel...

(October 2011) Full details

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The Pier Glass

   (Nia Williams)
A compelling first novel interweaving lives across five centuries in a plot of epic dimensions.
( 2001) Full details

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The Rebecca Rioter

   (Amy Dillwyn, ed.Katie Gramich)
The compelling story of Evan Williams and the notorious Rebecca Riots of the 1830s.
( 2004) Full details

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The Scary Monster Clean-up Gang

   (Anne Lewis)
The sequel to Who's Afraid of the Bwgan-Wood, winner of the 1996 Tir na n-Og Award.
( 1999) Full details

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The Seasoning

   (Manon Steffan Ros)
Peggy is eighty and the family are having a birthday party. Her sonÂ's gift of a beautifully crafted notebook comes with a request...
(May 2015) Full details

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The Sky over Wales

   (Siân James)
Award winning author Siân James offers us a delightful glimpse into her early childhood days in Cardiganshire, beautifully illustrated by Pat Gregory.
( 1997) Full details

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The Small Mine

   (Menna Gallie, ed.Jane Aaron)
A Valley community, in particular its women, struggle to come to terms with the tragic death of a young collier. Originally republished by Honno in 2003 and now in a new edition with an updated introd...
(September 2010) Full details

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The Soldier and The Gentlewoman

   (Hilda Vaughan)
It is the end of the First World War and the men are returning home. Gwenllian cannot share in the joy at their return, however. Industrious, intelligent and determined, for her, peacetime means the e...
(September 2014) Full details

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The StorytellerÂ’s Granddaughter

   (Margaret Redfern)
Anatolia, 1336, one girl and her horse set out on an epic journey to Europe in search of a myth.
(August 2014) Full details

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The Unravelling

   (Thorne Moore)
When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena's friend, and in her inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, with consequences it's not nice to think about – even 35 years later.
(July 2016) Full details

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The Vegetarian Tigers Of Paradise

   (Crystal Jeans)
A heart-warming, occasionally scabrous insight into growing up wild in the 1990s when your family didn't quite fit in – a wise and witty debut from a talented and unusual voice.
(May 2016) Full details

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The Very Salt of Life: Welsh WomenÂ’s Political Writings from Chartism to Suffrage

  
A vivid account in their own words of the diverse political struggles of women in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Wales.
(October 2007) Full details

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The War Before Mine

   (Caroline Ross)
A brief wartime romance leaves Rosie heartbroken and pregnant, not knowing if Philip - on a suicide mission designed to stop the Nazi invasion - is alive or dead.
(October 2008) Full details

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The White Camellia

   (Juliet Greenwood)
Bea is expected to marry her wealthy cousin to rescue her family fortune. A visit to the White Camellia tearoom finds her drawn into the suffrage campaign - will following her heart mean betraying her...
(September 2016) Full details

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The Wish Dog

  
The Wish Dog and Other Stories takes you into the realm
of the unknown, the ghostly and the gothic, in a colourful kaleidoscope of half-glimpsed shades.
(September 2014) Full details

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The Wooden Doctor

   (Margiad Evans, ed.Sue Asbee)
First published in 1933, this is the gripping story of an obsessed adolescent, her alcoholic father, and a strange, seemingly incurable disease.
(February 2005) Full details

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Thicker Than Water

   (Bethan Darwin)
Warm, witty novel in contemporary Cardiff and 1920s Canada from the author of Back Home.
(August 2016) Full details

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Travels with a Duchess

   (Menna Gallie, ed.Angela V. John)
Just how much trouble can a Welsh Shirley Valentine get into on a foreign holiday? Deliciously funny, acerbic and honest. First published in 1968, originally reprinted by Honno in 1996, now in a new e...
(March 2011) Full details

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Two Times Twenty

   (Bethan Darwin)
Love is never perfect… Two entwined stories – Anna as a girl, discovering the pleasures and pain of first love, and Anna on the verge of middle-age trying to find a happy compromise between romance ...
(October 2010) Full details

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Walking to Greenham: How the Peace Camp Began and the Cold War Ended

   (Ann Pettitt)
A unique first hand account by the progenitor of the march, of one of the 20th century's most iconic expressions of grass roots political will.
(August 2006) Full details

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We That are Left

   (Juliet Greenwood)
Elin lives a luxurious but lonely life at Hiram Hall. Her husband Hugo loves her but he has never recovered from the Boer War. Now another war threatens to destroy everything she knows.
(February 2014) Full details

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Who's Afraid of the Bwgan Wood?

   (Anne Lewis)
A fantasy Children's novel for ages 7-11 years old.Winner of the Welsh Books Council Tir na n-Og Award
( 2004) Full details

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Winter Sonata

   (Dorothy Edwards, ed.Claire Flay)
Young clerk Arnold Nettle arrives in a small village as summer fades. Repulsed by his crude working-class landlady he becomes enamoured of the respectable Neran family, who have their own difficulties...
(September 2011) Full details

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Wooing Mr Wickham

  
The winning stories from the Short Story Competition inspired by Jane Austen and Chawton House Library. Judged and introduced by award winning novelist Michele Roberts.
(November 2011) Full details

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Written in Blood

  
This latest collection of short stories from Honno showcases a wide range of imaginative takes on what constitutes crime fiction.
(February 2009) Full details

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You're Welcome to Ulster

   (Menna Gallie, ed.Angela V John; Claire Connolly)
Threatened by breast cancer, Welsh-born Sarah Thomas seeks a 'last' holiday in Ulster with two close Catholic friends, the Moores, and a former lover, a Protestant left-wing journalist.
(September 2010) Full details

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