Marguerite Irene Baumann Lees, borned in 1905, wrote as Margaret Baumann, and Marguerite Lees.

Book List in Order:31 titles


  • Sue Gifford's new job as physiotherapist at a clinic for disabled children seems to clash too often with her boyfriend Keith's needs. Only recently has Sue been able to reveal her true feelings for Keith, who had been engaged to her glamorous cousin ...





  • Redesigning the gardens of Whinbeck Hall was a fascinating and challenging job for Miranda. But it also meant she was thrown into the company of the Hall's owner, the mysterious, difficult Pierce Alderson. And Pierce didn't know the real reason for M...













  • Kathie Somers had gone out to the Caribbean to inspect her inheritance - but did not reveal her true identity as she wanted to be loved for herself. But she was to find that her innocent deception was to have an opposite effect from that which she in...


  • It was partly because she had been an orphan herself that Janie was so god at her job of Children's Officer, so understanding, so eager to help. But the same fact made her thin-skinned, vulnerable, over-sensitive, made her afraid to accept love when ...


  • As a boy, David Furness used to bring home lost lambs and birds with broken wings, and as a man he brought home the down-and-out Sheena Frayne, The lambs he used to take home to their mothers, but could he do the same with Sheena?...


  • It was entirely wrong that Rose, daughter of the vicarage, should fall in love with Nicholas Brinsford; the bad penny, the black sheep whose wool would never make the fine worsted that was the pride of the Brinsford mills. But of course she did that ...


  • Kathie's engagement to John Calvert, senior consultant, had started happily enough, but as time went by she felt herself more and more often taking second place to the demands of his career. What did she really mean to John? Did he want her as a wife...


  • Jeanie Haswell loved her work as a laboratory technician in a busy hospital, the only fly in the ointment being her aloof, almost inhuman Chief, Andrew Blade. In time she came to understand him better, to feel attraction growing between them. But...


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    For five long years since the death of her husband, Ann had worked to earn a living for herself and young Brian. But Brian needed a father, and she was lonely. Big burly surgeon Ted McRea seemed to be the problem solver....


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    Stevie had worked even harder than most nurses to achieve her ambitions; but her job as Staff Nurse and first charge of a ward called for hundred percent conscientiousness and devotion to duty that seemed more and more to intrude between Stevie and h...


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    Kathie Farne thoroughly enjoyed making herself useful as ward hostess in Calvert Ward of the Redburn General Hospital. But then she discovered that the name of the Registrar at Redburn was Harry Stroud -- and Harry was the last man on earth she wante...


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    By upbringing, Stevie had been carefully sheltered from the 'steamy side' of life, and when she started work at a hospital in a seaport town she found herself in a world that sometimes shocked and frequently puzzled her. But with all the setbacks she...



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    Working in the small fishing village brought Katrina face-to-face with a difficult decision. Old love or new -- which should she choose? David Leyland was a personable young doctor, and Katrina knew all about him; but the fascinating Nicholas Ravell ...


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    Sharon had always loved working as a nurse for her friend, the old doctor. Everything changed with the arrival of the new assistant doctor -- a sarcastic man who thought coming to a country practice was like leaving civilization....


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    "A child's is with its own mother," Dr. David Halcott said, and Nurse Grace agreed. But Dr. Halcott didn't know that Grace's own little boy was with foster parents while she earned their living. How could she tell him now!...


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    From the old house, Hillcroft, left to them by Aunt Addie, Jane and Kathie Clare created the world of a nursing home, with its calamities and triumphs, its revelation of need and loneliness, its humor and heartbreak behind the scenes. Between them...


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    A hospital at night is a little world of its own--dimly lit, subdued, but the reverse of idle. It is a world in which any emergency may arise, in which the staff have to be ready to meet any sort of sudden demand on their skill, their energy and thei...






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    A district nurse's life, Jill Somers found, is a most full and rewarding one, particularly in the country. She felt that the whole village belonged to her. There was no house where she wasn't welcome, no family whose joys and worries she hadn't share...