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  • Moving | Jenny Eclair

    Moving

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Jenny Eclair
    • Narrated By Judith Boyd, Clare Willie, Andrew Wincott
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    It only took one night to tear a family apart. Artist and illustrator Edwina Spinner used to have a busy family life. Now she lives alone in a house that has grown too big for her. She has decided to sell it. As Edwina takes the estate agent from room to room, she finds herself transported back to her life as a young mother. Back to her twins, Rowena and Charlie, and a stepson she cannot bring herself to mention by name.

  • Perfect Positive Thinking | Lynn Williams

    Perfect Positive Thinking

    • ABRIDGED (1 hr and 6 mins)
    • By Lynn Williams
    • Narrated By Clare Willie
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    Perfect Positive Thinking is essential listening for anyone who wants to feel optimistic and enthusiastic. Written by a professional life coach, with years of experience in the field, it gives practical advice on how to overcome negative feelings, explains how to deal with problems like anxiety and self-doubt, and provides helpful tips on how to gain energy, motivation and a sense of purpose.

    JamJam says: "Delightful and helpful"
  • The Girl in the Green Glass Mirror | Elizabeth McGregor

    The Girl in the Green Glass Mirror

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Elizabeth McGregor
    • Narrated By Clare Willie, Martyn Read
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    When art dealer Catherine Sergeant meets John Brigham, her view of the world has been shattered. Left by her husband Robert without explanation, she expects little from life. Apparently reclusive, John lives alone in a beautiful Arts and Crafts house on the edge of Dorset woodland, and has contacted Catherine's firm so that he may sell unwanted items. But when the two discover a mutual love of the haunting Victorian faerie artist Richard Dadd, their friendship rapidly deepens.

    Julie says: "I give it 2 you may not think the same"
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