A Pinch Of Salt

Author: Eileen Ramsay
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 1785762230
Size: 80.92 MB
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For fans of Catherine Cookson comes Eileen Ramsay's tale of heartbreak, hope and family - the perfect read to curl up with this Christmas. 'He saw the intelligence in her eyes and the beauty and strength of character in her face . . . ' Since the death of her mother, Kate Kennedy has been parent, helper and house keeper to her large family. But life changes drastically as the young men leave the pits and head to the Great War. Desolate to watch brothers and friends march into danger, Kate must stay at home to hold her family together. Against all odds, Kate's baking skills create a path out of poverty. But as storm clouds gather over Europe again, the love, life and happiness she's fought so hard for may not survive - will she lose everything? Set against the powerful backdrop of two world wars, canny heroine Kate sets her shoulder against a tidal wave of change and struggles to protect those she loves . . . What you're saying about A Pinch of Salt: 'Absorbing story . . . Very realistic and very hard to put down' 'Extremely good read' 'Riveting story . . . highly recommend' 'A great holiday read'

Rich Girl Poor Girl

Author: Eileen Ramsay
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Fiction Ltd.
ISBN: 1785762214
Size: 21.16 MB
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Two incredible young women are drawn together by their dreams . . . and broken apart by love and war. Perfect for fans of Nadine Dorries, Rita Bradshaw and Kitty Neale. When you're chasing a dream, does it matter where you come from? Upper-class Lucy Graham is expected simply to marry well. Poverty-stricken Rosie Nesbitt struggles just to get by. Both girls share the unlikely dream to become a doctor, and each will do anything to succeed. When their paths cross at a party filled with eligible bachelors it soon becomes clear that their chosen career isn't the only desire they share. With society's conventions stacked against them and war raging on the continent, Lucy and Rosie must draw their own battle lines in their fight for love, life and happiness. But can they both succeed? First in Eileen Ramsay's Flowers of Scotland series. What everyone's saying about Eileen Ramsay: 'This wonderful panoramic novel sweeps you up and carries you along to the end. Lovely!' Katie Fforde 'An unpredictable ending, a few surprises along the way and several tear jerkers - I enjoyed every minute of it.' Historical Novel Review 'Captivating romance . . .The beautiful Scottish setting only adds to this poignant and poetic journey . . . This book is as unique as it is exquisite.' Daily Record Can't wait to read the next in Eileen Ramsay's Flowers of Scotland series? The Farm Girl's Dream will be out in June! Search 9781785762307 to pre-order.

Scottish Witchcraft

Author: Raymond Buckland
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780875420578
Size: 63.82 MB
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From the ancient misty Highlands of Scotland to modern-day America come the secrets of solitary Witchcraft practice. Scottish Witchcraft explores "PectiWita," or the craft of the Picts, the mysterious early Keltic people. The Scottish PectiWita tradition differs in many ways from the Wicca of England-there is little emphasis on the worship of the gods (though it is there), but more on the living & blending of magick into everyday life.Many people attracted to modern-day Wicca are unable to contact or join a coven. PectiWita is a path for the solitary Witch; & here, for the first time, are full details of this solitary branch of the Old Ways. Learn the history of the Picts, their origins & beliefs. Learn how to make simple tools & use them to work magic. Through step-by-step instructions you are brought into touch & then into complete harmony with all of nature. Explore their celebrations, talismans, song & dance, herbal lore, runes & glyphs, & recipes. Learn how to practice the religion in the city & with groups. Ray Buckland's contact with the late Aidan Breac, a descendent of th