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    Bobby girls

    A good story a bit different from the norm but most enjoyable going to start the next one now.
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    Excellent reading. Hard to put down. Looking forward to the next book in the series
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    A Terrific Debut!

    It's well documented that I enjoy books set around the domestic scene at the time of both world wars and this is right up there with the best of them! At the beginning of WWI, women have put aside their suffragette fight to pull together for the good of the country. With so many men called to war, and more taking the King's shilling every day, there are more opportunities arising for women which, they hope, will lead to the better chances they so desperately dream of. A big step towards this is the setting up of the Women's Police Volunteers force, which draws women from all walks of life. This is the story of three such young women. This is a terrific debut and, I hope, the beginning of a wonderfully warm saga. I admit to knowing nothing about the WPV prior to reading this, and I have learned to much. The author has obviously done some thorough research enabling her to create such a fabulous tale with well-rounded characters. It's a lesson in how people from all classes lived prior to the war, and how things changed as it continued. I'm delighted to see that Johanna Bell is already working on her second book in this series; whilst the first is a good, solid stand-alone read there is so much scope to continue this story and I, for one, will certainly be watching out for the next one! Beautifully crafted and such an attention-grabbing read definitely merits a full five stars.
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