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Nancy Carson’s unputdownable period sagas are set mostly in the Black Country, a heavily industrialised area of England’s Midlands that lies west of Birmingham, and which was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution. Full of humour, romance, and poignancy, Nancy’s novels are sensuous, gritty and realistic, featuring engaging heroines and a toe-curling variety of heros, as well as other unforgettable characters drawn from all walks of life.

Nancy’s novels for September and October 2015 from Avon, HarperCollins

The second and third books in the enchanting trilogy of the Kite Family, and the stand-alone saga A Family Affair.
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The Factory Girl The second book in the trilogy features Lizzie Kite’s first daughter, Henzey. Only time will heal her intolerable heartache and draw her into an extraordinary love match.   Use this link to order from Amazon: The Factory Girl Available in ebook from 13th May 2015 Available in paperback 19th November 2015 ISBN-13: 978-0008151911 Published by Avon, HarperCollins
Rags to Riches The third book in the trilogy features Lizzie’s youngest daughter, Maxine A talented musician, she is drawn into a jazz band and hits the big time in New York. But at what cost to herself? Use this link to order from Amazon: Rags to Riches Sainsbury’s: Rags to Riches Available in ebook from 8th June 2015 Published by Avon, HarperCollins
A Family Affair Clover Beckitt is surprised when her mother announces that after fifteen years of widowhood she is about to be married to a younger man. All at once, Clover finds herself with not only a new 'Pop', Jake Tandy, but a pretty new stepsister, Ramona, as well. Amazon: A Family Affair in ebook NOW. Published by Avon, HarperCollins
Nancy Carson's powerful tale of love, loss and jealousy is down- to-earth and unforgettable, humorous yet poignant. The Railway Girl is full of the astonishing twists and turns that make her stories compulsive reading.