- Author:Denise Robertson
- Publisher:Constable and Company Ltd (September 15, 1986)
- Pages:202 pages
- FB2 format1629 kb
- ePUB format1397 kb
- DJVU format1926 kb
- Formats:lrf mobi txt azw
A Year of Winter Hardcover – 15 Sep 1986. by. Denise Robertson (Author).
A Year of Winter Hardcover – 15 Sep 1986.
Robertson also made regular appearances on Channel 5's Big Brother's Bit on the Side. None To Make You Cry Little Books 2009. A Year of Winter 1986. The Land of Lost Content 1985. Denise is one of the old fashioned type of no nonsense but with a heart type agony aunts and advice columnists who are not dying out. She follows in the footsteps of Marjorie Proops and Claire Rayner. The Promise Little Books 2008. The Second Wife Little Books 2008.
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1986) (The second book in the Land of Lost Content series) A novel by Denise Robertson. As newly widowed Fran struggles to rebuild her life in a mining village where she is still a stranger, the fury of the 1984-5 miners' strike erupts around her. Passions run high as families are torn apart by their beliefs.
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Denise Robertson on This Morning last year. As well as her TV work she also wrote novels and self-help books
Denise Robertson on This Morning last year. As well as her TV work she also wrote novels and self-help books. Photograph: S Meddle/ITV/Rex. Denise Robertson, who has died aged 83, was agony aunt of the ITV daytime television show This Morning. The trilogy that followed, The Land of Lost Content (1984), A Year of Winter (1986) and Blue Remembered Hills (1987), was set in a fictional Durham pit village, Belgate, and reflected her love for the north-east. The last of her 20 novels, Don’t Cry Aloud (2015), looks at forced adoption, an issue she had encountered as an agony aunt.
Denise has dedicated her book to Nicky Webster, pictured here with son .
Denise has dedicated her book to Nicky Webster, pictured here with son Brandon, and her husband Mark, a 'decent and blameless' couples whose three children were taken and forcibly adopted in 2005. Denise Robertson says she received a letter from a single mother saying her two blond children were taken from her in an action she describe s as 'both chilling and terrifying' (stock image right). I know, of course, I will be reviled by some for speaking so openly about this palpable abuse of their powers by social services departments up and down the country.