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  • A Great Addition to the Series!

    A lovely addition to this very enjoyable series. Now that Peggy is back in the lanes, all the old friendships are in full swing. Her guest house is up and running and beginning to build a good reputation while the twins are thriving in the city. Then disaster happens when son Pip is involved in a car crash which leaves him in a coma, and Peggy takes in a young girl who faints in the market. Known for her compassion, even Peggy wonders if she's taken on more than she can cope with this time. It's so nice having another instalment in such a wonderful series. Meeting up with family and friends and finding out how their lives are turning out as well as discovering the intricacies of newcomers to the East End makes for a great read. This is an excellent seventh book and, while it can be read as a stand alone, it's so much more meaningful if you have read the complete series. A grand read, and one I'm happy to give 4*.

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  • When it rains it pours

    Another great story in the Mulberry Lane series. It is always good to read about favorite characters, the old ones and some new ones. Peggy is running the boarding house on Mulberry Lane and a cake shop in front . It all seems to be running well, but we know life happens and all does not always run smoothly there are always wrinkles along the way. Peggy takes in a waif from the streets named Gillian and odd things begin to happen putting Peggy and her family at the boarding house in a dangerous situation. Along with this her son Pip is in a bad car accident while away working. Now if that isn't enough she has grandchildren waiting to be born very soon, and her dear friend Alice pushing eighty falls ill. Along with other family matters along the way Peggy, Maureen, Sheila and Rose will deal with life in their loving ways, along with Able, Gordon and Tom their spouses. I love the characters and the storylines. The part with Shirley and Richard is great. Shirley is growing up and learning to deal with life in a responsible way. You will love this fun family filled book of adventures There is never a dull moment on Mulberry Lane. I loved this heartwarming family story and I recommend it . Thanks to Rosie Clarke, Boldwood Books, and NetGalley for allowing me to read a copy of the book for an honest review.

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  • Awesome

    Loved this new instalment in the Mulberry Lane series. Hoping there’s another to come.

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  • A charming historical novel

    Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane by Rosie Clarke is the 7th book in The Mulberry Lane series. I recommend reading the series in order, but you would not be lost if you read Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane as a standalone (by why would you do such a thing). Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane picks up where A Reunion at Mulberry Lane ended. It is like visiting old friends. Rosie Clarke has created delightful, developed characters. Peggy Ronoscki is a strong woman with a big heart. You can tell how much Peggy cares for her family, friends, and the residents of Mulberry Lane. She is happy to be back. I like that she is called “Peggy of the Lanes”. We get to catch up with Maureen, Sheila, Janet, Rose and Tom Barton, Shirley, and Alice. Alice is a sweet elderly woman who lives in Peggy’s guesthouse. She is a grandmother to Fay and Freddy. Her life has a renewed purpose now thanks to the Ronoscki family. There is plenty going on in Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane. Peggy takes in a young woman who needs help, but she soon has regrets when various incident happen. Shirley Hart is off for the summer to work with Robert and other medical students. A fellow waitress takes a dislike to Shirley and her belonging begin to disappear. Sheila, Pip’s wife, goes into labor three weeks early while Pip is away. Pip is in an auto accident several hours from home and is in severe condition. Tom Barton’s wife, Rose is pregnant, and Tom begins work on a project with Able. I like how the residents of Mulberry Lane are there for each other. When someone is in need, there is always someone to help. Life is never dull on Mulberry Lane. I thought Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane was well-written with steady pacing. I like that the story has mystery and suspense. We get to see what everyday life was like in London in 1950. The author captured the time-period which has rationing on many items ending. Historical events from around the world are included such as the Korean War. Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane is an emotional novel that will capture your heart.

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  • Another great episode of mulberry lane

    Another great episode of life in the mulberry lane,you always feel you know everyone who lives and works there, cant wait for the next book

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