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  • The Girl in the Ragged Shawl (The Children of the Workhouse, Book 1)

    Heartbreaking and uplifting, the story of the workhouse orphan, Eliza, will touch your heart…Eliza was left as a small baby at the workhouse in Whitechapel, wrapped in her mother’s shawl, which is all she has of the mother she never knew. At eleven years-old, she has survived sickness, near starvation and harsh beatings.Master Simpkins and his cruel daughter rule the workhouse with a rod of iron, but when Romany boy, Joe, arrives at the workhouse, his spirit and courage give Eliza hope that another life is waiting for her outside.When she i...

    • ASIN: B07CK62C25

  • Hanging Psalm, The: A Regency mystery set in Leeds (A Simon Westow Mystery Book 2)

    Introducing thief-taker Simon Westow in the first in a new historical mystery series set in Regency Leeds.Leeds, 1820. Thief-taker Simon Westow knows all about lost property. A boy from the workhouse, he now has a comfortable business finding and returning his clients’ stolen possessions. But when John Milner, a successful Leeds businessman, seeks out Simon’s services to find his kidnapped daughter, Hannah, it’s clear he faces a challenge like no other. Accompanied by his enigmatic and capable young assistant, Jane, Simon takes to the dar...

    • ASIN: B07K8WYWZS

  • A Lock of Silver Hair (An Irish Family Saga Book 7)

    At the end of the Victorian era an elderly Irish fisherman finds himself revisiting his past and the days of his youth. As the early years of a new century bring more troubles to the McGrothers, a devoted son struggles to carry out his father's dying wish and, once again, the family must come to terms with loss. Exiles, long lost relatives and young men's outrage at social injustice, all play a part in this latest book of An Irish Family Saga....


  • Far From Home: The sisters of Street Child (Street Child)

    The sisters of STREET CHILD tell their story…A companion novel to bestselling story of Victorian orphan Jim Jarvis based on the founding of Dr Barnardo’s homes for children.When Jim Jarvis is separated from his sisters, Lizzie and Emily, he thinks he will never see them again. Now for the first time, the bestselling author of STREET CHILD reveals what happened to his orphaned sisters.In Victorian London, Lizzie and Emily are left in the care of a cook but their story takes them to the mills of northern England. There, under the keen eyes of...

    • ASIN: B00ME1M9MA

  • Labour and the Poor Volume I: The Metropolitan Districts (The Morning Chronicle's Labour and the Poor Book 1)

    Real life London in 1849. A journey through the back streets and into the lives of the people in early Victorian London.“Labour and the Poor” was the acclaimed investigation into the poor of England and Wales undertaken from 1849 to 1851 by highly respected writers and journalists who travelled into the cities, towns and villages, learning from the people about their lives, their occupations and their struggles for survival amidst the overwhelming poverty of the period.In this volume Henry Mayhew, the renowned social investigative journalis...

    • ASIN: B07MWDXDN1

  • Limehouse Boys

    Step into the gritty streets of London's East End in the 1830s as three boys resist the system that would confine them to a life of misery in the workhouse. Just when they think they've made it to freedom, an underground scheme run by the Beadle and his cronies nearly destroys them. Limehouse Boys by Patrick G. Cox is a thrilling tale of hardship, criminal activity, determination and courage, and an exceptional work of authentic 19th century British historical fiction....

    • ASIN: B01HQKQ75I

  • Oliver Twist (Nonesuch Dickens)

    One of the first English novels to feature a child as its protagonist, Oliver Twist, published in 1838, moves through the Victorian underworld to tell a suspenseful tale of innocence threatened-yet ultimately triumphant. Mining memories of his own youth to imagine the experiences of the foundling Oliver, Dickens creates a heartbreaking drama full of unforgettable characters, from the rascal antics of street urchin the Artful Dodger and the manipulative seediness of Fagin to the kindness of prostitute Nancy and the innocence of Oliver, who escap...

    • ASIN: 1590201329

  • History of Fashion: Victorian Fashions Coloring Book (Paperback)

    A feast of opulent styles for colorists and fashion devotees, this entertaining and informative coloring book features a grand array of the sumptuous clothing style of the Victorian era. Each page offers a captivating glimpse

    • UPC: 25454137
    • Rating: 4.833

  • Call the Midwife: Shadows of the Workhouse

    Originally published: Twickenham: Merton,

    • UPC: 22156425
    • Rating: 3.846

  • The Workhouse Children - eBook

    Tears and tribulations, laughs and heartbreak, from an exciting new talent. Perfect for the fans of Jo Cox and Lyn Andrews.Cara Flowers' mother disappeared when she was too young to realise, and when her grandmother

    • UPC: 629013248
    • Rating: 4.0

  • The Girl in the Ragged Shawl (the Children of the Workhouse, Book 1)

    Heartbreaking and uplifting, the story of the workhouse orphan, Eliza, will touch your

    • UPC: 218817440



    • UPC: 607982897
    • Rating: 4.0

  • Workhouse (My Story) (Paperback)

    Books : Workhouse (My Story)

    • UPC: 467934046
    • Rating: 3.0

  • Midsummer Night in the Workhouse

    "I can remember in detail being hit by my first story one January morning in 1958." So begins literary legend Diana Athill in the preface to Midsummer Night in the Workhouse, a long-overdue collection of

    • UPC: 16633145
    • Rating: 4.0

  • The Victorian Workhouse (Shire Album) (Paperback)

    Books : The Victorian Workhouse (Shire Album)

    • UPC: 25667334

  • Dickens and the Workhouse : Oliver Twist and the London Poor


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    • Rating: 5.0

  • The Workhouse : The People, the Places, the Life Behind Doors

    This popular history conducts a full tour of the workhouse from 1696 to 1948, interweaving a wealth of anecdote and allusion from criminal and official records, and literature as well as personal accounts of inmates

    • UPC: 40398894
    • Rating: 4.0

  • Diary Of A Victorian Workhouse Child

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