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Where No Man Cries/Street Song By Emma Blair

Where No Man Cries/Street Song by Emma Blair

Condition - Very Good
$17.19
7 in stock

Summary

Much-loved and bestselling author Emma Blair pulls together two of her most compelling tales in this wonderful omnibus edition

Where No Man Cries/Street Song Summary

Where No Man Cries/Street Song by Emma Blair

WHERE NO MAN CRIES Glasgow between the wars is a town divided, taut with violence and steeped in hardship - a town with no time for dreams. And Angus Mc Bain knows that better than most: being poor in Glasgow has killed his father and aged his mother before her time. Angus is determined to be his own man, to make his own place - and share it with the woman he loves. STREET SONG Susan's parents had wanted a son and they did little to hide their disappointment when she was born - as soon as decently possible they packed her off to boarding school. But traditional 1940s Scotland is no place for a woman like Susan and, if she is to find one, it just might mean having to beat her parents at their own game ...

About Emma Blair

Emma Blair was born in Glasgow and now lives in Devon. She is the author of many bestselling novels including SCARLET RIBBONS and FLOWER OF SCOTLAND, both of which were shortlisted for the Romantic Novelist of the Year.

Additional information

GOR003405918
9780751540079
0751540072
Where No Man Cries/Street Song by Emma Blair
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Little, Brown Book Group
2007-08-02
944
N/A
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