Born into WW1, Dorothy has a bleak childhood under an implacable mother and a browbeaten father. Her escape is achieved just before the disastrous advent of Hitler. Here, follow her through childhood and adolescence, then on into her twenties when she wins her own battle for freedom, for love, and for her own place in the world.
"It's an ill wind..." Born into WW1, Dorothy has a bleak childhood under the iron fist of an implacable mother and the silent compliance of a browbeaten father. Her escape is achieved just before the disastrous advent of Hitler, and there is further tragedy to come. Follow her through childhood and adolescence, then on into her twenties when, finally made whole, she wins her own battle for freedom, for love, and for her own place in the world.
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About Ruth Hamilton
Ruth Hamilton is the bestselling author of A Whisper to the Living, With Love From Ma Maguire, Nest of Sorrows, Billy London's Girls, Spinning Jenny, The September Starlings, A Crooked Mile, Paradise Lane, The Bells of Scotland Road, The Dream Sellers, The Corner House, Miss Honoria West, Mulligan's Yard, Saturday's Child, Matthew and Son, Chandler's Green and The Bell House. She has become one of the north-west of England's most popular writers. Ruth Hamilton was born in Bolton, which is the setting for many of her novels, and has spent most of her life in Lancashire. She now lives in Liverpool.
Dorothy's War by Ruth Hamilton
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