A Stepney Girl's Secret - The Stepney Girls (Paperback)
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A Stepney Girl's Secret - The Stepney Girls (Paperback)

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Published: 04/05/2023
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'An enthralling page-turner' DILLY COURT

'A heart-warming WW2 love story' ROSIE GOODWIN

'A great new series from the queen of East End sagas' ELAINE EVEREST

A brand new historical romance series from Jean Fullerton, charting the loves, hopes and heartaches of three women who move into a rectory in Stepney, East London during WW2.

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East London, 1940. Prue Carmichael never dreamed that she'd end up working at a railway yard. But when her reverend father is called up to Stepney, she and her family are uprooted from their country home for a new life in the turbulent city.

Determined to help with the war effort, Prue signs up for work and soon becomes intrigued by handsome train engineer Jack Quinn. But as the spark between them grows apparent, so does his troubled past - a past that Prue's mother would certainly not approve of.

In between cleaning train carriages and helping to shelter Jewish refugees, Prue manages to stay busy. But she has more than one admirer, and when Jack is recruited into Churchill's secret army, a very different suitor begins to pursue her.

As air raid sirens sound overhead, Prue Carmichael is facing her own battle - the fight between her heart and her head . . .

Amidst the ruins of war, will Prue and Jack's love find a way?

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PRAISE FOR JEAN FULLERTON

'Food for the soul, it's simply deliciously readable and enjoyable' Liz Robinson, LoveReading

'Charming and full of detail... You will ride emotional highs and lows... Beautifully written' The Lady

'A delightful, well researched story' bestselling author Lesley Pearse

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781838957599
Number of pages: 544
Weight: 368 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 30 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS

An enthralling page turner - Dilly Court, no. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author

A heart-warming WW2 love story - Rosie Goodwin, Sunday Times bestselling author

I can honestly say that Jean Fullerton still deserves the crown of 'The Queen of East End Sagas. A Stepney Girl's Secret - such a wonderful WW2 saga and a great start to a new series. - Elaine Everest

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“An interesting story.”

A Stepney Girl's Secret is the first in a new series by Jean Fullerton. It took me a while to get into it, but once the Blitz began in the story, I became really invested in it and couldn't read fast enough... More

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“A real gem of a book.”

A wonderful romantic wartime drama. This book kept me turning the pages from start to finish. A real gem!
I look forward to the next in the series.

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“A great start to a new series”

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I have been a fan of Jean's work for a while now. Much to my shame, I haven't quite caught up with everything that she has written but that is something that will definitely be rectified in the... More

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