The War is over at last and in Plymouth and Portsmouth, two of Britain's greatest seaports, the task of rebuilding must begin. But it is not only streets, businesses, and homes that have been laid waste. Lives, too, have been devastated. Marriages have been disrupted, family life shattered, and now the inhabitants must find their own way back to normality--if they can remember what that is. Lucy Pengelly is just one woman whose life has been torn apart by the War. What will happen when her husband returns from the POW camp in the Far East? And what of the growing friendship between Lucy and her friend David, who played such an important part in their lives during the Blitz?
Heartwarming characters that leave you wanting more--Dee Williams The emotions of the people ... are real and vivid ... It is a book which brings home to people who were not there ... the realities of life which their parents or grandparents faced--Historical Novels Review A warm compelling novel of love and sacrifice in extraordinary times--My Weekly
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 4th March 1999
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 17.8 x 11.1 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.2
Edition Number: 2