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Author: Margaret Dickinson
ISBN13: 978-0333908877
Title: Tangled Threads
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Publisher: Macmillan Audio Books; 2nd ed. edition (May 10, 2002)

Tangled Threads by Margaret Dickinson



Author: Margaret Dickinson Title: Tangled Threads Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Family Sagas, Historical Romance, Literature And Fiction, I was given this book along with twisted strands. Book Dedication: For Dennis. Another fantastic book by Margaret Dickinson, set in Lincolnshire to start with you can almost see the places through such good descriptive writing. Another one I couldn't put down as I needed to know the outcome. Nice to see woman portrayed in such a positive, strong willed way.

About book: Bridget did not tell her son and so Eveleen had a few days’ grace to think and to plan. Nottingham, she decided. There would be work there.

Paperback Audiobook Ebook. And then she makes a stunning discovery about her mother's past which changes all their lives for ever. Tangled Threads is a gripping romantic saga from Margaret Dickinson, followed by the sequel Twisted Strands. Lincolnshire's answer to Catherine Cookson. Her novels bring to life her love of the Lincolnshire landscape. Books by Margaret Dickinson.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. For Eveleen Hardcastle life gets no better than growing up on Pear Tree Farm in the Lincolnshire countryside. Her family works hard for the Dunsmore estate and Eveleen finds it impossible to resist the charms of their employer's son, Stephen Dunsmore. But Jimmy, ever quick to antagonize, ensures that his sister's clandestine trysts do not remain so for long. Mary Hardcastle reacts to the news of her daughter's affair with a shocking ferocity, which seems to be borm more of bitterness than maternal protectiveness

Zara Wright - was an American Black author based in Chicago. Her only known published works are Black and White Tangled Threads and its sequel Kenneth, which were both published in 1920.

Born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Margaret Dickinson moved to the coast at the age of seven and so began her love for the sea and the Lincolnshire landscape. She is the author of fifteen novels, including her Lincolnshire Fleethaven trilogy and most recently The Tulip Girl and The River Folk. Married with two grown-up daughters, Margaret Dickinson combines a busy working life with her writing career.

Born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Margaret moved to the coast at the age of seven and so began her love for the sea and the Lincolnshire landscape. Her ambition to be a writer began early and she had her first novel published at the age of twenty-five. She has since written over thirty novels including The Clippie Girls, The Fisher Lass and Plough the Furrow, Sow the Seed and Reap the Harvest, which make up her Lincolnshire Fleethaven Trilogy.

Eveleen Hardcastle loves her life on Pear Tree Farm in Lincolnshire with her parents Mary and Walter and brother, Jimmy. Although the work is hard, the attentions of young Master Stephen Dunsmore - the son of the Hardcastles' employer - provide Eveleen with a welcome distraction. Mary's disapproval of the unsuitable match drives the young lovers to meet in secret. But it seems deception has a cruel price when Walter is found dead from a heart attack. The final blow comes with Stephen's callous rejection of Eveleen, and as the Hardcastles are forced to leave Lincolnshire, she resolves never to allow love to enter her heart again - until a stunning discovery about Mary's past causes her to reassess her mother and herself . . .
Reviews: 6
Weiehan
This is an amazing collection of very short stories. They will make you smile, shed a tear, and shake your head at how little mankind changes over the years. Most of them have a very gentle moral to be learned. I bought the kindle version and am now going to find print copies for myself and a few friends.

If you read nothing else in this collection, please read 'A Four-Footed Faith and a Two.' This story about a dog named Stubs will stay with you long after you have finished the last paragraph. I guarantee it.
FLIDER
This is a delightful collection of short stories presenting people with varied characters engaged in everyday foibles and mishaps and schemes and pleasantries. Well written and finely crafted.
Ieregr
Eleanor H. Porter is a favorite author. I have all her books. If you loved Pollyanna, don't miss some of the other books by the same author. She didn't write just for children.
Samugul
Great read I m nw reading the secone one. I do enjoy Margaret Dickenson's stories.
Rayli
heart-warming stories
Akinonris
Author: Margaret Dickinson
Title: Tangled Threads
Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Family Sagas, Historical Romance, Literature And Fiction,

I was given this book along with twisted strands.

Book Dedication: For Dennis

This book has 464 pages and 60 chapters in it.

I would tell people that you should step outside your comfort zone with books because it is good to add more authors and genres to your reading portfolio. Even if you do not read books like this.

I normally read books of this genre but l also stepped outside my comfort zone with authors and genres l am so glad l did because l have read so many great books and come across some great authors.

Synopsis: A spellbinding saga of family ties, heartbreak and rediscovered love. For Eveleen Hardcastles life gets no better than growing up on pear tree farm in the Lincolnshire countryside. Her family works so hard for the dunmore estate and Eveleen finds it impossible to resist the charms of their employer's son, Stephen dunmore. But Jimmy, ever quick to antagonize, ensures that his sister's clandestine trysts do not remain so for long . Mary Hardcastles reacts to the news of her daughter's affair with a shocking ferocity, which seems to be born more of bitterness than maternal protectiveness. But what is it that fuels Mary's resentment towards her daughter? Unable to ingore her own feelings, Eveleen continues to meet stephen in secret. But deception has a cruel price to pay when her beloved father is found dead from a heartattack, and worse yet, stephen, far from providing Eveleen with the comfort she craves, deserts her in her hour of need and callously evicts the Hardcastles from the farm, suddenly homeless, Eveleen is left to take the family reins and fights to make a new life for her family in Nottinghamshire. Then she makes a stunning discovery about her mother's past which changes their lives for ever.... Eveleen's brother get a girl pregnant so they are kicked out and have to take the girl with them and they have to find yet another home and they make the boy marry the girl who he got pregnant and the boy then ran away to join the navy and when the girl dies in childbirth they are left to raise her daughter and the girl never gets to meet her father.

Review: I found this book really easy to get in to and hard to put down once l started reading it l also have the follow on to this book twisted strands and l am happy to be able to read the follow on and I was hooked on this book after reading the first page. It was sad to read that Eveleen's father passed away due to a heartattack. When her brother gets a girl pregnant they make him marry her. It was sad to read that the girl died in childbirth and her husband had ran away to join the navy. I was glad to read that Eveleen and her mother was raising the poor girl who did not meet her mother and her father was no where to be seen because he was in the navy. It is horrible to read that Eveleen gets all the blame for everything that happened and her brother gets no blame. They had a home until her got that poor girl pregnant so l think he should get the blame. I thought family was supposed to stick together not fight. It is upsetting that they havw to break the news to Rebecca's father that she died in childbirth and that her daughter was alive and well. I wish that Rebecca had lived and she was raising her daughter and they did not have to give her father bad news about his precious daughter.

About The Author: Margaret Dickinson was born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, Margaret Dickinson moved to the coast at the age of seven and so began her love for the sea and the Lincolnshire landscape. Her ambition to be a writer began early and she had her first novel published at the age of twenty-five. This was followed by a number of further titles including the clippie girls, fairfield hall and welcome home. Margaret is a Sunday times top ten bestseller.

About The Book: This book comes with two different covers and l really like the cover and the blue is a really nice colour not too bright and not too dull.
Star Rating: Five Out Of Five Stars.