Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)
  • Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)
  • Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)
  • Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)
  • Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)
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Her Mother's Sins (Paperback)

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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 22/05/2006
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Innocent Swansea beauty Elvi Lloyd is bitterly ashamed of her mother's profession ; Sybil scrapes a living by holding fraudulent seances for gullible middle-aged women. Then a prosperous shopkeeper named Bernard Pomfrey comes into their lives, and Sybil thinks vainly that he's falling for her mature charms.

But Bernard, who leads a double life, is more evil and vicious than either Sybil or Elvi can imagine. He has set his mind on having his wicked way with innocent seventeen-year-old Elvi before forcing her into prostitution, while at the same time ensnaring her mother in a scheme to defraud a rich widow. With the help of Connie Lamar, who loves him despite his constant betrayals, Bernard is Swansea's most successful brothel-keeper.

Yet Bernard may have pushed Connie too far. Her secret daughter Lynnys is also seventeen, and when she too comes under threat from an increasingly violent Bernard, Connie may be the only one who can save both girls from their mothers' sins.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9780340835258
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 208 g
Dimensions: 176 x 111 x 24 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
A gritty welsh saga in the tradition of Meg Hutchinson. * Middlesborough Evening Gazette on BY LIES BETRAYED *
Poignant story . . . This author's indomitable writing talent, makes this another bestseller . . . a fast and exciting style of storytelling. This book of tragedy and inspiration, deserves pride of place at the top of any international booklist. Quite simply the greatest. * North Wales Chronicle on NO CHILD OF MINE *
Beautifully Welsh . . . Gwen Madoc has an exceptional talent for using very strong, terrifying, but frequently poignant and always believable, dialogue. BY LIES BETRAYED is thrilling . . . compelling reading . . . a most enjoyable and very fine piece of literature. * Bangor Chronicle *
Compelling tale of passion, betrayal and tragedy . . . Rich characterisation. * South Wales Evening Post on DAUGHTER OF SHAME *
A wonderfully warm Welsh saga. * Coventry Evening Telegraph on DAUGHTER OF SHAME *

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