A Mother's Journey - Yorkshire Blitz Trilogy (Paperback)Donna Douglas (author)
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FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR
A dramatic new saga series, set during World War II, from the author of THE NIGHTINGALE GIRLS
Yorkshire, 1940. Edie Copeland has just arrived on Jubilee Row, carrying a suitcase and a secret.
She left York and her job at the Rowntrees Factory after tragedy struck to make a fresh start, but she's a stranger to this street, and her fellow tenant doesn't hesitate to remind her of this, widow or no.
Luckily, the neighbours are a little more welcoming and Edie is soon made to feel at home by the Maguires and the Scuttles. As air raids sound, and the war feels closer than ever, the community has to stick together to survive bombings and bereavement.
But Edie is hiding something, and she doesn't know how much longer she can keep it up. Is the past going to catch up with her? And will Edie still be able to call Jubilee Row home when the truth comes out?
For fans of Dilly Court, Rosie Goodwin and Katie Flynn, this is the launch of a new series based around the true stories of the Blitz.
'An excellent writer Donna, has again, written a book which cannot be put down! Great storyline and really excited this is book 1. Can't wait for number 2!' - Amazon reviewer, 5 stars
'A Mother's Journey brings a group of women together. Through laughter and tears. I can't wait for the next book. Thank you Donna, I have been waiting for this type of book for a long time.' - Amazon reviewer, 5 stars
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 20 mm
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“A fabulous start to what will prove to be a fabulous series”
I have been a fan of Donna's work for a few years now. Both me and my lovely Mam have devoured each and every book that Donna has written. We were both eagerly anticipating the release of her new book in a... More
“A lively wartime saga of love and community in Hull”
A new saga series set in Hull, 1940, is a good thing, and this immensely readable book is a wonderful first book. A young woman, Edie, makes her way along Jubilee Row, struggling with a big suitcase. She has a secret,... More
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