The Dwelling Place Catherine Cookson Collection
Book and magazine, in near perfect condition. The book has been on my Mum's book shelf and never read, the spine maybe slightly faded. The magazine gives insights into Catherine Cooksons Life and times. There is a timeline covering 1970 and the equal pay act to the Wedding of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips in 1973. There is A who's who of characters Cissie Brodie, Clive Fischel, Cunningham, Isabelle Fischel, Lord Fischel, Matthew Turnbull,.
Netherlands released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Surround ), Dutch ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Box Set, Interactive Menu, Multi-DVD Set, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: A Dinner of Herbs (2000)Six-part television adaptation of the novel by the late Catherine Cookson. In nineteenth century Northumberland, Roddy Greenbank's father meets a violent end shortly after he arrives to live with him.
Catherine Cookson was born Catherine McMullen in 1906. Her life began in poverty and she grew up believing her real mother was her sister. In a life that could have been taken from any of her own novels, Catherine aspired to achieve more than many of her time. From poverty to wealth she left the sadness behind to start a new life in Hastings where she was to meet her husband, Tom Cookson.