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Last Train to Helsinger

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by Amsinck Heidi
Copenhagen is a mysterious city where strange and sinister things often happen. Menacing and at times darkly humorous there are echoes of Roald Dahl and Daphne du Maurier in these stories, many of which have been specially commissioned for Radio 4. Heidi Amsinck is a writer and journalist born in Copenhagen. This is her first published collection of stories.
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The Dissent of Annie Lang

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by Franey, Ros
Growing up in a strict religious family between the wars, Annie Lang wasn t convinced that Jesus was such a great friend to little children. Or why would he have snatched away her lovely mother when she was only six? Witness to disturbing events that no one can explain, Annie is confused and sister Bea can t help. Six years on and student Annie returns from France to find her brother in the local mental hos...
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The Reading Party

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by Gentleman, Fenella
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The Girls' Book of Priesthood

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by Rowland, Louise
July 2016. Bright, sparky and raring to go, Margot Goodwin arrives as the new curate at St Mark's, Highbury. She's one part exhilarated, ten parts terrified. This is the most important twelve months of her life. Success would mean becoming a fully-fledged priest a year from now, something she feels profoundly called to do. Failure would not only prove her father right, but also delight all the antis who con...
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Sons of Adam

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by Mackie, Alan
In this unique personal Cairo diary kept during the October 1973 war with Israel Alan Mackie analyses Egypt's present attitude to the West, the legacy left by the colonial era and the West's unconditional support for Israel which still poisons relations with the Arab world.
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by John Tagholm
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