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The Englishman who went up a hill but came down a mountain

The pride of a Welsh town is wounded when an English surveyer (Grant) measures their local landmark & declares it just short of qualifying as a mountain. The townspeople set out to right this shortcoming.

Longbow girl —Davies, Linda, 1963- author.

Sixteen-year-old expert archer Merry Owen is desperate to save her family's farm in Wales, in the shadow of the Black Castle, and when she finds a buried chest containing an ancient and hopefully valuable Welsh text, she...

The secret river —Grenville, Kate, 1950-

In 1806 William Thornhill is transported from the slums of London to Australia as punishment for stealing. After serving his 8 year sentence, Thornhill sails up the Hawkesbury River to claim land for himself. But Aborigi...

How green was my valley —Llewellyn, Richard.

In the beginning were the green mountains and the fertile valleys and the people were happy. Then below the meadows they discovered coal. And the men of the fields were transformed into people who laboured in darkness. P...

The dream weavers —Erskine, Barbara, author.

Mercia, 788 AD In the grand Saxon halls of Mercia, King Offa rules with cold ambition. His youngest daughter Eadburh is destined for an arranged marriage, but with reckless spirit her heart is taken by a Welsh prince, a ...

Evanly bodies —Bowen, Rhys.

Constable Evans investigates when a Pakistani girl vanishes at the same time that she is being forced into an arranged marriage, and a man is shot to death in his home, and Evans discovers an unlikely link between the cr...

Murder is for keeps —Duncan, Elizabeth J., author.

"Local artist and amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan has been spending her summer painting the exterior and views of the once-lovely Gwrych Castle, now in a heartbreaking state of disrepair. A privately owned castellated cou...

The case of the unsuitable suitor —Ace, Cathy, 1960- author.

The women of the WISE Enquiries Agency are back. When the village's prodigal son, Huw Hughes, returns and sets his cap at Annie Parker, village publican, Tudor begs Annie's colleagues at the WISE Enquiries Agency to unea...

How green was my valley —Llewellyn, Richard.
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The youngest son of a Welsh coal mining family recalls the tender and tragic experiences of his youth at the turn of the century with his courageous and loving parents, brothers, and sisters.

Evan only knows —Bowen, Rhys.

When Constable Evans and his new fiancee decide to visit his mother in Wales, they are not expecting the news that the young thug convicted of murdering his father is suspected of murder once again.

The lieutenant : a novel —Grenville, Kate, 1950-

In 1787 Lieutenant Thomas Rooke officer and astronomer sets sale from Porstmouth with the First Fleet and its cargo of convicts destined for New South Wales. As the newcomers struggle to establish a settlement, Rooke com...

The murder of my aunt —Hull, Richard, 1896-1973, author.

"Edward Powell lives with his Aunt Mildred in the Welsh town of Llwll. His aunt thinks Llwll an idyllic place to live, but Edward loathes the countryside - and thinks the company even worse. In fact, Edward has decided t...

Evans to Betsy : a Constable Evans mystery —Bowen, Rhys.

The sixth novel set in the Welsh village of Llanfair and featuring Constable Evan Evans. When a centre for spirituality declares that barmaid Betsy has psychic powers, she tries to use them to solve a murder. Evans to th...

Evan blessed —Bowen, Rhys.

When Constable Evan Evans investigates the disappearance of a woman who vanished on Mt. Snowdon, his search uncovers a strange bunker with handcuffs and chains, but the case takes a bizarre turn when Evans' own fiance di...

A brush with death : a Penny Brannigan mystery —Duncan, Elizabeth J.

In the Welsh cottage she inherited from schoolteacher Emma Teasdale, Penny Brannigan discovers a package of letters that reveal Emma's lesbian affair with a Liverpool artist who was killed in a suspicious hit-and-run acc...

Evan's gate —Bowen, Rhys.

Frustrated in his efforts to build his fiancě their dream house, village constable Evan Evans discovers a decades-old skeleton of a young child with disturbing links to a present-day missing child case.

Slated for death : a Penny Brannigan mystery —Duncan, Elizabeth J.

"When the body of well-liked and respectable Glenda Roberts is discovered at the bottom of a former slate mine, now a busy tourist attraction, pandemonium erupts in the North Wales town of Llanelen. Penny Brannigan finds...

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