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  • enjoyable read once again

    I will continue to support Ellie Dean loved all her books including this one. Love that Ron had kept his irish accent like many who have move from there home lands . Just like my liverpool friend who left there in 1970 to move to canada accent still as strong. Please continue this story line would love to know what happened to phil in singapore.

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  • Ellie dean

    As usual this is another can't put down book. Can't wait for next one, just hope it follows on from this one.

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  • Good story but unsatisfactory ending

    Liked the story and well told. Characters believable and well described. The ending was abrupt and left a lot of unanswered questions, as though there was a sequel but there doesn't appear to be one!

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  • A slow wartime yarn

    I wish I could continue to support Ellie Dean as ive enjoyed her previous war times tales of Cliffehaven but this book was so slow with a weak and predictable story line. The. Whole 'ach to be sure' and 'tis a terrible shame' Irish twang is wearing very thin and is used liberally when theres nothing else to add interest to the story. Whats puzzling is that both Ron and his son Jim have such strong Irish accents but apparently Ron has lived in Cliffehaven in Sussex for most of his life! The editor should've seen to that unbelievable line. Theres clearly a sequel in the works but I won't be rushing to read it.

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  • Puzzled

    What a gripping story line. The characters are so believable, I feel I know them. But what a strange ending. It's as if the last chapter has been forgotten! I do hope there is a sequel.

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