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Spring, 1944. Working on an aeroplane production line for planes, Hildy believes she is doing her part for the war effort. But troubles at home with her overly protective mother make it harder for her to find happiness. Meanwhile, Cora is still reeling from the devastating loss of both her parents in the Blitz. Faced with homelessness and poverty, Cora and her friend, Belle, turn to the dark streets of Southampton to work on the game. For all three women, the war creates hardships from which they will emerge only by maintaining strength and, above all, the hope that they can achieve their dreams.

©2016 June Tate (P)2017 Story Sound

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  • 11-26-17

Our first June Tate listen

We were very pleased with this audio book, bit of an usual storyline but kept us interested til the last line and of course Annie Aldingtons narration brings all the characters to life.