Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls (Paperback)
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Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls (Paperback)

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Paperback 316 Pages / Published: 08/06/2021
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BRISTOL 1940. The Tobacco Girls cling together as the clouds of war turn dark. Bridget's big, happy family fragments when her siblings are evacuated. Maisie's safe haven is jeopardised and she is forced to move on, but where too this time? Phyllis is struck down by tragedy and her life spirals downwards into despair until a new horizons beckons.

Publisher: Boldwood Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781800484993
Number of pages: 316

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“A Superb Read”

Set in 1940s wartime Bristol with peeks at North Devon, the reader dips into the lives of three young women. This is the second book in the series and though I have yet to read the first, 'The Tobacco... More

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“Loved it.”

This is the 2nd book in the tobacco girls series and it did not disappoint. Follow how Maisie, Bridget and Phyliss cope with the onset of war and deal with there various problems with the men in there life..... More

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“Interesting & Exciting!”

I really enjoyed the first in this series, so jumped at the chance to read and review the second, which I loved just as much!

Things are changing for all three young women; Bridget isn’t the only one finding her home... More

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