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Cater, Anne

Works: 234 works in 466 publications in 1 language and 4,243 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Love stories  Detective and mystery stories  History  Domestic fiction  Sea stories 
Roles: Narrator, Performer
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Publications about Anne Cater
Publications by Anne Cater
Most widely held works by Anne Cater
Country lovers by Rebecca Shaw( Sound Recording )
6 editions published between 2003 and 2009 in English and held by 66 libraries worldwide
The lively Barleybridge Veterinary Hospital is bustling with energy, everyone is working hard to ensure that all the animals are looked after. At the same time, the staff are coping with crises in their personal lives. Rhodri, the Welsh vet, is deeply in love with Megan but is struggling to find a solution to their problems with her invalid father. Kate is worrying about her A-level results and getting into veterinary college. Dan's wife's baby is due any moment and Joy, the Practice Manager, finds that deep in her heart she still loves Mungo. With warmth, humour and a touch of darkness, Rebecca Shaw has given us another instalment in her Barleybridge series
A new beginning by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 64 libraries worldwide
In 1945, Sophie Daniel's family home takes a direct hit from a bomb. Three generations die, leaving her with no one and nowhere to go. She becomes friendly with Ryan Treweather who, in turn, helps search for Sophie's remaining relatives. But, as Sophie and Ryan become closer, does Bertie have a hope of ever finding his rightful place in the family?
Village secrets by Rebecca Shaw( Sound Recording )
2 editions published between 2000 and 2008 in English and held by 60 libraries worldwide
The unknown by James Pattinson( Sound Recording )
3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 59 libraries worldwide
It was Mrs Croyden who had been taken by the idea of digging up the history of the family. It seemed to be the kind of thing that everyone was doing nowadays. And once started she became more and more enchanted by the project. Even her husband George, having seen the ancient photograph of a most attractive girl, long since dead, was taken by the project. The snag was that even Great Aunt Maud, the owner of the photograph, had no idea what had happened to the beautiful girl named Isabella. Apparently she had completely vanished and to the rest of the family had simply become "The Unknown". Would the mystery ever be solved?
When two paths meet by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 56 libraries worldwide
Katherine Marsh was practically a slave to her brother's family in the small country village where she lived. Then she met Dr. Jason Fitzroy - and fell instantly in love. Dr. Fitzroy found her a job at the hospital and gave her a new sense of self-respect. He also provided her with her first taste of freedom, something missing from her early years. But Katherine knew she could never be truly free - not while her heart was a prisoner of love
False friends by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
7 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 54 libraries worldwide
Badger's Brook becomes the refuge of Lowri Vaughan, escaping the rumours that abound when her father is sent to prison for fraud and suspected murder - crimes Lowri and her mother know he didn't commit. As she begins to rebuild her life, Lowri is determined to prove her father's innocence and begins to search for the truth. But along the way she encounters many false friends, who seem to let her down at every turn. Soon Lowri begins to believe that she'll never be able to rely on anyone again
A lady of the line by Philip McCutchan( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 54 libraries worldwide
It is 1779, Spain has declared war on Britain and Gibraltar is under siege. Beautiful 19-year-old Bella is stationed on the Rock with her husband, Lord Kilkieran, who commands an infantry battalion. But when Kilkieran is killed in action against the Spanish, Bella is determined to remain in Gibraltar. Though she becomes a great favourite of the Governor, Bella is at a grave disadvantage without a husband. She is the victim of a horrific rape, from which she is rescued by a young soldier, Roger Carter. The two of them embark on a tender and moving love affair. But everything hangs in the balance when Bella is captured at sea by the Spanish
One hot country summer by Rebecca Shaw( Sound Recording )
5 editions published between 2007 and 2012 in English and held by 54 libraries worldwide
Kate has been looking forward to returning to Barleybridge Veterinary Hospital as a student, shadowing the vets on their rounds. She thought she had got over her feelings for Scott, the Australian vet, and is alarmed to discover that her passion has not waned. She also gets more than she bargained for in the new arrival at the practice, Virginia, who doesn't seem to have a good word for anyone. Soon, however, Virginia's reserve is forced to crumble in the face of both tragedy and joy. Meanwhile, the other vets' personal lives are as mixed up as ever
Wait till summer by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 48 libraries worldwide
1939. The first London evacuees arrive in St David's Well, homesick and disappointed by the quiet Welsh seaside town. "Wait till summer," Eirlys Price tells brothers Stanley, Harold and Percival Love. Foreign travel is no longer feasible, so holidays at home enjoy a new lease of life. For the Castle family, this is good news. They have owned Piper's Cafe on the beach for three generations and business is expected to boom. But family disagreements threaten to cast a shadow. Anyone who marries into the family is expected to help with the business, and Eirlys happily sees that this will happen to her should she marry Johnny Castle. But it appears that this is not welcomed by all of the Piper clan
Sorrow on Sunday by Ann Purser( Sound Recording )
6 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 47 libraries worldwide
A spate of equestrian thefts has hit Long Farnden and the surrounding countryside. As proprietor of New Brooms cleaning agency, Lois Meade and her loyal staff are in the perfect position to listen out for any incriminating rumours. Once again, Lois proves herself invaluable to Chief Inspector Hunter Cowgill, but things take a more dangerous turn when Lois finds herself a prime target. The trail of investigation leads Lois to the local point-to-point horse races, where it becomes clear that the world of horse racing holds more secrets - and sorrow - than you'd ever imagine
At the end of the day by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 47 libraries worldwide
Julia Mitchell had worked on Women's Medical alongside Professor van der Wagema for three years and had never seen the warmth underneath his crisp professional exterior. And why should she be interested anyway - she had Nigel after all. But having glimpsed more and more of the real Professor, Julia realised that the fiancee he said he was to marry was a very fortunate woman - but what would she have to say about Julia's relationship with the man she now thought of as Lauris?
The doctor's girl by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 47 libraries worldwide
Loveday West is thrilled when Dr Andrew Fforde offers her a job as her temporary receptionist. After working for a difficult socialite, prone to temper tantrums, it would make a welcome change, whilst also providing a new home for both herself and her cat, Sam. Loveday settles into her new role with ease. There's only one problem - she finds herself falling in love with Andrew. She hadn't expected to, but he's just so handsome and charming! But is her place in his life as temporary as her contract?
Friends and secrets by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
5 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 46 libraries worldwide
In their favourite cafT, a group of female friends meet regularly to discuss their troubles - but even friends can't always tell each other the truth. Cynthia is happily married to her lifelong sweetheart, but not even their present wealth and security makes her willing to reveal the abuse and trauma they suffered as children. Meriel's husband has abandoned her for another woman. And well meaning but snobbish Joanne can't admit that behind her prosperous fatade, she's struggling for every penny. As new people enter their lives, these women must to draw on all their resources to meet the challenges thrown at them. But can they learn to rely on each other, or will they stand alone?
The little dragon by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
5 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in English and held by 45 libraries worldwide
She swore she would never marry a rich man! As a private nurse to wealthy spoiled people, Constantia had seen the misery too much money could bring. Jeroen van der Giessen, though, was only a poor overworked GP, so when she found herself stranded without money or passport, and Jeroen offered marriage, Constantia accepted. At first she was quite happy with her loveless marriage, though she thought Jeroen was being recklessly extravagant - until she began to discover things, about herself and him, that took away all her new-found happiness
Around another corner by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
5 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 45 libraries worldwide
Ancret has worked hard to be what she is - a skilled designer of beautiful hats with a career that looks set to rise. But she has her worries: who was her real father and why won't her mother Loraine talk about him? Her boyfriend Jonathan wants them to marry but Ancret maintains that her career must come first - and after his unhappy childhood, what he really wants is a wife who puts work aside for him. So when Loraine secretly manages to raise funds to set Ancret up in business, he's far from pleased. Both Jonathan and Ancret need to come to terms with their pasts before they can decide if their futures lie together
Mothers & daughters by Gwen Madoc( Sound Recording )
3 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and held by 43 libraries worldwide
Lucy and her younger sister, Eva, are shocked by the events that follow her father's death. The family are left devastated when a woman arrives on their doorstep claiming to be Joseph's legitimate wife - and therefore the sole beneficiary of his will
Stars through the mist by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and held by 43 libraries worldwide
When distinguished surgeon Gerard von Doornick asked Staff Nurse Deborah Culpepper to marry him, his reasons were practical, not romantic. As she had been secretly in love with Gerard for some time, Deborah accepted his terms and hoped for the best. It might all have worked out very happily, had Gerard's friend Claude van Trapp not done his best to try and spoil things!
Cinnamon sky by Janet Woods( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
The Patterson sisters have lived in the Earl of Longmore's house since they were orphaned as children. When the old Earl dies, the estate passes to Kynan Trent, a London merchant and descendant of the despised Welsh branch of the family. The title is a surprise to him and he's even more surprised to find himself responsible for five lively and independent young women. There are tales of hidden treasure belonging to the Patterson family, but in reality the girls are penniless and their futures look bleak. When Kynan invites guests to Longmore - including Julia Spencer, the woman he is planning to marry - some very unexpected emotions are stirred
Magic in Vienna by Betty Neels( Sound Recording )
4 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
Dr. Trescombe's opinion of his niece's governess was far from complimentary - a rather dull girl, with no looks to speak of. But there is magic in Vienna that can transform even the most unlikely people!
The heart of the home by Grace Thompson( Sound Recording )
4 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 42 libraries worldwide
Meriel Evans has worked in her father's estate agency ever since she left school, and she is happy there. But she knows that the time has come for her to follow her own path, so she finds work with the Ace Estate Agency. She soon realises that the owner, George Dexter, and her father dislike each other intensely - though neither will explain why.When she discovers a house called Badgers Brook, she is determined to stay there - even after she is unfairly dismissed from her new job and finds herself missing her parents and lifelong friend, Leo Hopkins.The bitter quarrel between Dexter and her father results in a secret from the past being revealed and the well-being of Meriel's family is threatened - and she is particularly hurt to find that Leo knew more about it than she did
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