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    Mind-blowing, brilliant.

    This book is mind-blowing, in my opinion. It is heart rending in so many ways. The Roman Catholic church was still all powerful to their parishoners in the 1950s and they used their power to humiliate - and worse - young women who were pregnant without being married. This is the story of a fictional home in Sussex. It is told in the past and the present and is the story of descendents of mothers who gave birth there and of a reporter who is trying to find out just what did happen. I couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting. Now I need to sit quietly and come to terms with what I've read.
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    The Girl in the Letter

    A very thought provoking but also emotionally disturbing book, excellently written with characters very real. A 'Must' to read.

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