Series: Daughters of England

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The Miracle at St. Bruno's by Philippa CarrBook 1
The Lion Triumphant by Philippa Carrbook 2
The Witch from the Sea by Philippa Carrbook 3
Saraband for Two Sisters by Philippa Carrbook 4
Lament for a Lost Lover by Philippa Carrbook 5
The Love Child by Philippa Carrbook 6
The Song of the Siren by Philippa Carrbook 7
Will You Love Me in September by Philippa Carrbook 8
The Adulteress by Philippa Carrbook 9
Zipporah's Daughter (aka: Knave of hearts) by Philippa Carrbook 10
Voices in a Haunted Room by Philippa Carrbook 11
The Return of the Gypsy by Philippa Carrbook 12
Midsummer's Eve by Philippa Carrbook 13
The Pool of St. Branok by Philippa Carrbook 14
The Changeling by Philippa Carrbook 15
The Black Swan by Philippa Carrbook 16
A Time for Silence by Philippa Carrbook 17
The Gossamer Cord by Philippa Carrbook 18
We'll Meet Again by Philippa Carrbook 19
Daughters of England by Philippa Carrbook 20

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A series of historical fiction/romance novels set in Britain from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

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