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    I absolutely loved it!

    I am sooo addicted to this writer and I can't wait to read the next book. I look forward to the times I can lose myself in life in Bermondsey during WWI, The Great Depression and family struggle.
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    Factory Girls

    Can't wait to read the last 2 books in the factory girls collecton the charactersare ery real & you're hoping every thing will work out for them in the end
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    Poignant yet uplifting

    A poignant reminder of a time when women were 2nd class citizens. How far we have come since then.
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    Good pudding

    Really enjoyed this book .so many good story lines .it felt like your are there.
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    Jam and Roses

    A family's story told through the hardships of England post First World War. The images delivered in the book tell of the hardships of life then, and point directly to the women of this particular family being the ones who never give up hope. The drinking, the violence, the lack of food and clean surroundings only made them stronger and determined to live on.
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