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Nobody's Girl

Published in e-book and paperback print on demand by Aria, Head of Zeus

Coming in Large Print by Magna January 2018

Tania was inspired to write Nobody’s Girl and its sequel, A Place to Call Home, when Winston Churchill appeared to her in a flash vision at his home of Chartwell in Kent. Although the settings and characters for her stories are entirely fictitious, she was very much influenced by the subsequent research that she carried out into the Churchills’ private lives.

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Morwellham's Child

'Several years ago, a family visit to the restored Victorian copper port of Morwellham Quay in Devon inspired me to write a novel based on its fascinating history. Throughout that first day, ghosts from its past seemed to be materialising from the walls of the buildings where they had once lived and worked, entreating me to create a picture of their lives at the Quay well over a hundred years before. It was akin to some spiritual plea I could not ignore.

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The River Girl

Tania was inspired by the wild and savage beauty Dartmoor's of the Tavy valley to write this gripping novel which depicts the harsh reality of farming and mining in the area in Victorian times. She also tackles sensitive subjects which were as rife then as they are now.

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Cherrybrook Rose

This haunting novel is based on the little known history of the Cherrybrook Gunpowder Mills and the grim and gruesome past of Dartmoor Prison in Victorian times

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A Bouquet of Thorns

The continuing story of Cherrybrook Rose, leading to an explosive conclusion.

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A Dream Rides By

A compelling tale of ambition, betrayal and haunting tragedy. Heather Southcott lives in the moorland hamlet of Foggintor where her father is a senior quarryman.

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Lilys Journey

Lily's Journey is set in the 1950's in the same area of Tavistock, Princetown and Dartmoor, and we meet some of the descendants of the characters from her earlier books.

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Hope at Holly Cottage

The second of Tania's 1950s sagas, set in Plymouth and on her beloved Dartmoor. The future seems rosy for Plymouth schoolgirl, Anna Millington, as she studies for her A-levels in order to qualify for teacher training college. But Anna's life isn't all that it appears.

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The Wrong Side of Happiness

The Wrong Side of Happiness

1887 and times are lean. When West Country farm labourer, Emmanuel Ladycott, and his dairymaid daughter, Tresca, lose their jobs on the land, they head for Tavistock where Emmanuel hopes to join the hundreds of navvies working on the new railway line through the town.

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Wheels of Grace

Wheels of Grace

Grace Dannings has lived her entire young life in the safe and idyllic Dartmoor village of Walkhampton. Working as a maid at a farm within sight of her own humble family home, her only wish is that nothing will ever change in her contented, happy existence.

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Teardrops in the Moon

On the very day Rose is celebrating her sixtieth birthday with her family and friends at Fencott Place on Dartmoor, Archduke Ferdinand and his wife are assassinated in far-away Sarajevo, leading to the outbreak of The Great War.

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