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The Catherine Cookson Collection

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Last updated on 17th Jul 2014

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The Catherine Cookson Collection

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. As a form of therapy Catherine began to write and never stopped and became one of the world’s best selling authors.

Catherine Cookson’s novels have sold millions the world over and enjoy a huge following. The Catherine Cookson Collection presents 23 feature-length adaptations of her most famous books. The Moth The Black Velvet Gown The Black Candle The Secret The Mallen Streak The Mallen Girls The Mallen Secret The Mallen Curse The Girl The Fifteen Streets The Rag Nymph The Wingless Bird Volume Two The Dwelling Place The Glass Virgin Tilly Trotter The Cinder Path The Man Who Cried The Round Tower The Tide of Life Colour Blind A Dinner of Herbs (Parts 1 & 2) The Gambling Man The Storyteller

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