The Liverpool Matchgirl is a nostalgic and poignant saga of Liverpool in the years before the First World War from best-selling author Lyn Andrews, not to be missed by fans of Donna Douglas and Dilly Court.
Liverpool, 1901. The Tempest family is all but destitute, barely able to put food on the table. When Florrie falls ill with pneumonia and Arthur is imprisoned after a drunken fight, their 13-year-old daughter, Lizzie, finds herself parentless, desperate and alone. Despite her young age, Lizzie has spirit and determination, and she knows that she must find work to keep herself off the streets. In a stroke of luck, she gets a job in the match factory, and foreman George Rutherford takes her under his wing. A new home with the Rutherfords promises a safe haven, but the years ahead will be far from trouble-free. And when Lizzie gives her heart, how can she be sure she has chosen a better man than her own father?
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- diane ellis
I absolutely loved this book a could not put down , another great book by Lyn Andrews and spoken very well by julie maisey.