Concluding the family saga which started with "The Sunday Girls" and continued in "Towards a Dark Horizon", this book tells a story describing the trials and tribulations of working-class life in the close-knit community of wartime and post-war Dundee.
Maureen Reynolds' moving family saga which started with "The Sunday Girls" and continued in "Towards a Dark Horizon" now concludes in "The Sun Will Shine Tomorrow".As war continues to rage across Europe, the family are worried about Rosie who is pregnant and suffering from terrible morning sickness. Meantime Johnny goes to Orkney with the Home Guard where he suffers a fractured skull in a fall. When he eventually gets home Rosie is feeling better but then suddenly goes into labour.Meantime, Ann Neill is thrilled to be meeting up with Greg again when he gets a 48-hour pass. But instead of meeting him as planned, Johnny asks her to go to the hospital with Rosie and tells her he will explain later. Ann realises that she and Greg are growing apart and finds out later that he has met another girl at Bletchley Park.When the war finally ends, Danny does not return. They think they see him on a cinema newsreel one day but are devastated to discover from the Red Cross that the man in the film has died. Then, when Grandad becomes ill, it seems that the family are to be in crisis once again.In "The Sun Will Shine Tomorrow", Maureen Reynolds concludes her compelling story describing the trials and tribulations of working-class life in the close-knit community of wartime and post-war Dundee.
Born in Dundee in 1938, Maureen Reynolds lived with her mother, grandad and brother in two rooms on Macdonald Street. She left school at 15 and has held a variety of jobs; currently she works at her local garage. Married in 1956, she has four children and seven grandchildren. Maureen is the bestselling author of Voices in the Street, The Sunday Girls and Towards A Dark Horizon. Maureen Reynolds lives in Perthshire.
The Sun Will Shine Tomorrow by Maureen Reynolds
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