The Bomb Girls' Secrets

by Daisy Styles

Sagas and Romance

The Bomb Girls' Secrets Synopsis

Kitty hadn't wanted to leave Ireland, but the money sounded too good to resist. And money is what she really needs right now, what with tiny baby Billy back in Dublin without a father. In Lancashire Kitty settles into the hard work and soon makes new friends; the dazzling Gladys who is a talented musician, and the beautiful but nervous Violet who seems to be nursing a secret of her own. And then there is motherly Edna at the local chippy, always there for a cup of tea and a good natter when she yearns for home.

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Praise for Daisy Styles:

'This book brought home wonderfully the vivid camaraderie wartime women shared and their immense sacrifices on the Home Front. Well done Daisy for creating characters that are real women in the best sense. Funny, scheming, loyal and witty, but about all, hardworking and proud. An absolute joy to read' -- Kate Thompson, bestselling author of Secrets of the Singer Girls

'A great read that I think will appeal to fans of wartime sagas and authors like Donna Douglas ... From dances to disasters, encounters with handsome Yanks, rationing and relationships, The Bomb Girls has all the ingredients of an excellent wartime drama and I thoroughly enjoyed it!' Onemorepage.com

'The story is full of drama, love, heartbreak, friendship and in some parts comedy ... It's full of twists and turns and is a real page turner' Laurahbookblog

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ISBN: 9781405929769
Publication date: 23/03/2017
Publisher:
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781405929769
Publication date: 23rd March 2017
Author: Daisy Styles
Publisher:
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 416 pages
Genres: Sagas and Romance,
Categories: Sagas, Second World War fiction,

About Daisy Styles

Daisy Styles grew up in Lancashire surrounded by a family and community of strong women. She loved to listen to their stories of life in the cotton mill, in the home, at the pub, on the dance floor, in the local church, or just what happened to them on the bus going into town. It was from these women, particularly her vibrant mother and Irish grandmother, that Daisy learnt the art of story-telling. There was also the landscape of her childhood; wide sweeping empty moors dappled with sunshine, thick with snow, slippery underfoot in the rain, hills that ran as ...

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