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In 1945 Molly Hazleton is heartbroken when her fiancé doesn’t return from the war after being reported “missing in action.”  So when Aunt Daphne comes to visit with news of having bought a 17th century manor house at auction in Scotland, Molly welcomes the opportunity to start afresh and help her aunt turn Aberdoch Manor into a hotel.

With a strange sense of déjà vu, Molly struggles to understand her connection with the property having never stepped foot inside of it or even Scotland for that matter. Ross McDaniel, the newly appointed gardener, knows more than he is letting on. And when he shows Molly an ancient yew tree named by the locals as The Ghost Tree, after touching it, Molly discovers a remarkable ability to vividly see and experience her own past life - a life of extreme danger and hardship on the road with the Jacobite in 1745, hunted by the Red Coats for crimes she hasn’t committed. She is also in love with a brave, Scot warrior, leader of the McDaniel clan who soon becomes her husband.

Stirring up forgotten memories and an uncontrollable yearning to be back with those she once loved, Molly is hopelessly torn between very different worlds, two hundred years apart!


The Ghost of Bluebell Cottage

An incredible love story that takes us on a journey into the past, packed with mystery and intrigue: An eerie mist surrounds the castle. Its icy fingers curling and lingering between each stone wall. In the village the locals are restless as they toss and turn in their sleep. The clip clop of horse’s hooves can be heard on cobblestones and shouts of angry drunken men in the far distance. The mystery man with his dog is back again.

The village of Corfe Castle is harbouring a dark secret stemming back to the 17th Century when Lady Bankes fought to protect Corfe Castle and when Anthony Dickinson, a notorious Witchfinder, tortured scores of unsuspecting women throughout Dorset, amongst those women, were Bluebell and Lilly, whose cottages still stand today.

Drawn to a photo of Bluebell Cottage in a real estate window, Greg has an unusual, yearning to give up his high-flying career in London and live in the cottage. It seems that he is not the only newcomer to the village. Helen, who has recently left Bournemouth, after breaking up with her fiance, moves into Lilly’s. She too is drawn into the past with strange dreams and paranormal experiences.

Peggy Paxton, ancestor of Bluebell and Lilly, at first blames Greg and Helen for stirring up the spirits, until she learns of their true identity. Turning to the vicar for support, much to her dismay, he too is caught up in the grip of something powerful and dangerous…

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The Other Daddy A World Away

Two teenage girls have mysteriously disappeared from the small Scottish Orkney island of Eday. It is as if they have vanished from the face of the earth without trace. The island is in turmoil.

Eight years later in Cambridgeshire, seven year old Callum Thompson is trying to cope with his parents’ recent separation. He is acting strangely, constantly talking about his other daddy and his new friend Jeremy, believed by others to be fictional characters in Callum’s mind.

Is this a case of a little boy with emotional problems or is this something more sinister? Jack wonders if his son is having some kind of encounter with the spirit world, but Louise is sceptical.

After a successful trip to an old stately home in Hampshire, where paranormal activity is caught on camera, Dr Andrew McGregor returns to his parapsychology unit in Cambridge to find himself faced with a new challenge. It doesn't take him long to realise that Callum Thompson's case is far more than a paranormal investigation.

What is the link between Callum and Eday? Coincidences, strange happenings, twists and turns leads Andrew McGregor to the answers everyone has been desperately searching for, including what happened to the two missing girls from Eday.

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Echoes In The Mist

When Jennifer Brown’s best friend suddenly dies, Jen discovers that she is the sole beneficiary of a substantial amount of money and a villa on the Canary Island of Tenerife. Saying goodbye to a loveless marriage after twenty three years and ending her long career as a secondary school teacher, she embarks on a new life in Puerto De La Cruz. But it’s not quite the life she had envisaged. Strange dreams, chilling supernatural encounters, and the remains of a body in her back garden, leads Jen to discover the shocking truth about the death of Esperanza Sanchez, a young woman who had once lived in the same villa back in 1927.

Claire Voet takes us on another spooky journey of ghostly occurrences while unravelling a tragic love story spanning back three generations.

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Captain Hawkes

Yorkshire, England, 1911 - 1912: An epic tale of deceit, betrayal, love and a lifelong feud between two brothers, packed with drama to the very end!
James Hawkes, a captain in the Royal Navy, returns to his home town after a long spell at sea. He had anticipated a joyful reunion with his sweetheart Victoria, but much has changed while he has been away. Victoria is engaged to his brother Robert, and worse news follows - she is carrying Robert's baby. Now back in the thick of village life and all its problems, James finds love and support from an unlikely source.

There is trouble at the local mill and, as this gripping tale unfolds with a thickening plot, a night of gambling turns into something far more serious when the stakes determine the fate of the mill and a fire breaks out causing havoc, threatening the lives and livelihoods of many.

As the events of a fateful court case unravel, lives are turned upside down forever…