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Author:
Marie Joseph
ISBN13:
978-0099102113
ISBN:
0099102110
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Publisher:
Arrow Books; New Ed edition (1993)
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Contemporary
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She challenged that strict disciplinarian with such fury that the children, sitting upright in their scarred desks, felt their mouths drop open, and their eyes stand out like chapel hat-pegs.

Marie Joseph (b. Lancashire, England) was a British writer of short-stories in magazines, 16 romance novels and a book about her arthritis. In 1987, her novel A Better World Than won the Romantic Novel of the Year Award by the Romantic Novelists' Association. Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire, England, UK, and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls. She was in the Civil Service, before her marriage with a chartered Engineer. They had two daughters, now married, and eight grandchildren

Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire, England and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls.

At the turn of the century, the North of England was a hard, bleak world  . Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire, England and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls. Before her marriage she was in the Civil Service. She began to write at the age of 40, and after a very successful career as a short-story writer went on to write novels, sheuses her Northern background to enrich her bestselling novels. No less than five of her Lancashire based novels have been short-l Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire, England and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780099253907.

Imprint: Cornerstone Digital. Strong-willed and spirited, rebellious and beautiful, Maggie Craig flew in the face of the harshness of that world. The Listening Silence. Published: 31/03/2012. and found her passion was to cost her dearly all her life. Imprint: Cornerstone Digital.

Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls. She now lives in Middlesex with her husband, a retired chartered Engineer, and they have two married daughters and eight grandchildren. Marie Joseph began her writing career as a short-story writer and she now uses her Northern background to enrich her bestselling novels. Down-to-earth characters bring a vivid authenticity to her stories, which were written with both humour and poignancy.

Lively Maggie Craig loses her mother and one brother to diphtheria; her two other brothers go off to the Boer war. So she alone tends her defeated, grieving, prematurely senile Da. Maggie, however, is determined to make . . Maggie, however, is determined to make a go: working in the mill, finding a friend in sharp-tongued, large-hearted Clara, and falling for Joe Barton-who has family troubles of his own (a prostitute mum) and becomes Maggie's lover after her father's death. A noisy tale of star-crossed lovers in a grungy, early-20th-century Lancashire mill town-neo-Cookson in the pugnacious poverty and the domestic fireworks, but featuring a rather milder heroine than Cookson's usual.

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Author: Marie Joseph. Publisher: Arrow Books. Item Condition: Used; Acceptable. Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls.

A world where joy and love were the words in someone else's book - where men were resigned and women oppressed. A world where joy and love were the words in someone else's book - where men were resigned and women oppressed. Lisa Logan was still a girl when she learned that it was a man's world. A man's world and no place for the weak.