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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 The Woman from Beaumont Farm
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'1914, West Yorkshire, England.

'Newly married to Noah Jackson, Beth is happily content working on her family’s market stall while Noah fulfils his dreams of being a teacher. Living in a small overcrowded pit house with the Jacksons isn’t ideal, but Beth knows it’s only for a short time and that change is around the corner. However, she could never have expected such shocking changes to happen.

'When war erupts, Beth’s peaceful life is shattered by events beyond her control. Noah enlists to fight alongside his brothers, but it is on Beaumont Farm, Beth’s family home, where life throws the most challenges.

'A devastating accident occurs that changes all their lives and the effects ripple throughout the family. Once a loving home, Beaumont Farm becomes Beth’s responsibility, one she never thought she’d have. Can she cope with the grief and burdens placed upon her as she waits for news from the battlefields of France? Can she save the farm from collapse? And will the man she loves return home safe, or will an old enemy take an opportunity to seek revenge?'

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      Australia,
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      AnneMarie Brear ,
      2021 .
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      Extent: 272p.p.
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      • Published 29 January 2021.
      ISBN: ‎ 9780645033908, 0645033901
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