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  • Really Interesting, Period Perfect Read!

    Set in post-WWII period, this is a pleasurable story of family, neighbours and friends in Liverpool. Grace Harris is living the dream; singer on a cruise ship sailing home to introduce her new fiance to her family; but is he all he seems to be? Her brother, Danny Harris, works hard in Skinner's Haulage and has his own dreams - he doesn't want to be a worker all his life and is saving towards owning his own business one of these days. Also working at Skinner's is Susie Blackthorn, Grace's friend, who is absolutely relentless in her pursuit of romance with Danny despite him showing no inclination of ever heading down that path. Whilst Danny excels at his job, Susie makes a poor fist of hers and Evie Kilgaren is brought in as Office Manager to get the yard back on a proper business footing once more. These three are the Mersey Girls. Full disclosure - I didn't read the first book in this series. I do have it, but just couldn't manage to fit it into my reading list before reaching this one (no matter how hard I tried). However, although I prefer to read series' in their entirety, this is an excellent stand alone. This is a packed novel comprising a family saga, romance, mystery and community. Well-crafted with a fine array of entirely plausible characters, I enjoyed this one and will definitely be on the lookout for more from Sheila Riley. With never a dull moment, this mixes everything together to make a really interesting, period perfect, read. 4.5* and recommended!

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  • The Mersey Girls

    The table in a church is an altAr and there has never been a statue of Mary Magdalen...only the Virgin Mary.

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  • Very good read

    I truly enjoyed reading her two books. Looking forward to reading the next one.

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