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Can friendship save them in their time of need? 1940: World War Two is sweeping across Europe and the Guernsey evacuee families have just arrived in Stockport. Desperately in need of kindness, love and a safe place to call home, local trainee nurses Clare and Gaye immediately volunteer, alongside their new friend Diana. While the rest of Britain is under siege, Clare is learning how to be a great nurse under pressure, Diana has found that love can be found in unexpected places and Gaye is hiding a terrible secret. But as the reality of war comes closer, all three girls will face personal challenges or tragedies as life changes in ways they could never have imagined. A heart-warming world war two saga of friendship and hope in the face of adversity, perfect for fans of Maureen Lee and Lyn Andrews.
|Publication date:||14th May 2020|
|Publisher:||Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd ) an imprint of Orion Publishing Co|
Lilly Robbins grew up in Scotland, and has lived in London, Stockport and Ireland. Whilst living and teaching in Stockport - her husband's hometown - she became fascinated by its WW2 history and the famous Stockport Air Raid shelters. During her recent research she discovered how Stockport had hosted the Guernsey Evacuee families, and the idea for 'The Nightingales in Mersey Square' was born.More About Lilly Robbins