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Head of Zeus
The Lost Sisters
The Lost Sisters: A gritty saga about friendships, family and finding a place to call home Lindsey Hutchinson
 A Black Country Novel, 3

Orpha Buchanan and Peg Meriweather had a very different start in life. Orpha surrounded by wealth and riches, Peg dumped on a doorstep as a baby with nothing to her name. But one thing they had in common was a mother who despised them and wished them gone.

Hortense Buchanan wasn't made to be a mother. Bullied herself when she was a child, she continues the tradition with her own children. When her daughter, Orpha, runs away from home, Hortense celebrates, never once worrying for her safety.

Circumstances bring Orpha and Peg together, and soon they're as close as family, making their way in the bustle of a booming Birmingham and the smoke-filled Black Country. But before long, Hortense realises that her daughter stands in the way of the one thing she really cares about, and the bitter legacy of the Buchanans looks set to destroy them all...

Head of Zeus, an Aria book * Romance
01 Sep 2017 * 448pp * £2.99 * 9781786692535
REVIEWS
'I really was on a journey with the two of them. A must-read'
Carley Adair, NetGalley
'If you like a mostly feel-good historical novel then you will enjoy this one'
Laurie Allen, NetGalley
'A great family saga that has it all, love, murder and mystery. Perfect to curl up with on a rainy day... Or any day'
Wendy Haines, NetGalley
'Will appeal to any fans who want to immerse themselves into the past, with a colourful family that has more than a few skeletons in the cupboard!'
Alison Drew, NetGalley
'A compulsive, shocking and compelling tale guaranteed to delight fans of Maggie Hope and Rosie Goodwin'
Julie Bonello, NetGalley
'A powerful read ... Has everything in it, mystery, crime, secrets and lies'
Read Along With Sue
'A book about revenge, families, murder, redemption, secrets and lies and even a little romance'
Joanne Dibb, NetGalley
'The twists and turns of the story kept my attention ... I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction'
Caroline Hughes, NetGalley
'Had me gripped from the start, it had twists and turns which I didn't see coming. Great!'
Jane Withington, NetGalley
'The Black Country around 1897 was very well depicted'
Breakaway Reviewers, NetGalley
'The twists and turns of the story drew me in and kept me hooked ... I really enjoyed the ending - very unexpected'
Janette Schwar, NetGalley
'Wow a great historical saga ... It drew me in from page 1 and I absolutely loved it. A fab read.'
Diane Cunningham, NetGalley
'Just one word sums this book up: BRILLIANT! One of those books you can't put down'
Linda Hallam, NetGalley
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The Wives' Revenge
The Orphan Girl
The Girl on the Doorstep
Author
Lindsey Hutchinson
Lindsey Hutchinson
Lindsey lives in Shropshire with her husband and dog. She loves to read and has recently discovered photography. She is the daughter of million-copy bestselling author Meg Hutchinson.
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The Wives' Revenge
The Orphan Girl
The Girl on the Doorstep
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The Five Shilling Children
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