Orphans of the Storm
By (author) Katie Flynn
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Orphans of the Storm by Katie Flynn
Book DescriptionJess and Nancy are nurses in France during the Great War. They have much in common for both have lost their lovers in the trenches, so when the war is over and they return to Liverpool, their future seems bleak. Very soon, however, their paths diverge. Nancy marries an Australian stockman and goes to live in the Outback, while Jess marries a Liverpudlian. Their lives couldn't be more different. When the Second World War is declared, Nancy's son Pete joins the Royal Air Force and comes to England, promising his mother that he will visit her old friend. In the thick of the May blitz, with half of Liverpool demolished and thousands dead, Pete arrives in the city to find Jess' home destroyed and her daughter, Debbie, missing. Pete decides that whatever the cost, he must find her...
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780099486985
(178mm x 110mm x 31mm)
Imprint: Arrow Books Ltd
Publish Date: 15-Jun-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Katie Flynn
Orphan's Christmas, Paperback (October 2016)
Liverpool, 1936. Molly Penelope Hardwick has been abandoned in Haisborough Orphanage. Desperate to discover her background, she befriends another orphan, Lenny Smith. Together they sneak out to roam the city of Liverpool, and hatch plans for their escape. But when Molly is forced to leave the orphanage, Lenny has no idea where she's gone.
Polly's Angel, Paperback (June 2016)
It is 1936. Polly's guardian angel has to work overtime when her large family is forced to move from the countryside they love into central Liverpool. Money is desperately short and with her mother working and her father sick, Polly is easily led astray by a new pal, the handsome, idly Sunny Anderson. But soon war looms, and Sunny joins the navy.
When Christmas Bells Ring, Paperback (October 2015)
It's Christmas in the Courts, and single mother Rosheen Clarke and her mischievous twin daughters April and May have no idea of the cataclysmic events which will soon overtake them. When war is declared, April and May are evacuated to the countryside and Rosheen joins the WAAF where she befriends fellow Liverpudlian Cassie Valentine.
Summer Promise, Paperback (June 2015)» View all books by Katie Flynn
Growing up in the Yorkshire Dales, Maddy Hebditch can't imagine the changes that war will bring when she joins the ATS. 1938: Maddy Hebditch has been living in poverty with her cantankerous grandmother since she was orphaned when she was just five, and it's a constant struggle to stay out of the workhouse.
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Author Biography - Katie Flynn
Katie Flynn has lived for many years in the north-west. A compulsive writer, she started with short stories and articles and many of her early stories were broadcast on Radio Merseyside. She decided to write her Liverpool series after hearing the reminiscences of family members about life in the city in the early years of the twentieth century. She also writes as Judith Saxton. Further titles: A Long And Lonely Road 9780099468158 / The Cuckoo Child 9780099468165 / Darkest Before Dawn 9780099486978 / Orphans of the Storm 9780099486985 / Little Girl Lost / 9780099486992 Beyond The Blue Hills / 9780099503132 / Forgotten Dreams 9780099503149 / Sunshine & Shadows 9780099503156
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