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The Shopkeeper's Daughter

by Lily Baxter

eBooks of the Month Family Drama

The Shopkeeper's Daughter Synopsis

June 1944. Ginnie Travis is working in her father's furniture shop, when the continued bombing raids and her sister Shirley's untimely pregnancy force the two girls to go and stay with their aunt in Shropshire. Here Ginnie falls in love with an American, Lieutenant Nick Miller, stationed nearby. But she discovers that Nick has a fiancee back home and a heartbroken Ginnie ends the relationship. Then news of their father's death in an air raid reaches them. With the family left almost penniless and Shirley and her child to provide for, Ginnie is responsible for them all. And when the shop comes under threat, she is even more determined to make it succeed and build a new life for herself and her family.

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ISBN: 9780099574897
Publication date: 26/09/2013
Publisher: Arrow Books Ltd an imprint of Cornerstone
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780099574897
Publication date: 26th September 2013
Author: Lily Baxter
Publisher: Arrow Books Ltd an imprint of Cornerstone
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 480 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Family Drama,
Categories: Sagas,

About Lily Baxter

Lily Baxter lives in Dorset. She is the author of Poppy's War, We'll Meet Again, Spitfire Girl and The Girls in Blue. She also writes under the name of Dilly Court.

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