Dolly Don't Cry - The Tale of a Lincolnshire Lass

Dolly Don't Cry - The Tale of a Lincolnshire Lass

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Pages: 
329
£8.99
ISBN:
9781786122353
Set in a Lincolnshire village during and just after World War One, this book follows a group of teenagers as they set out on life’s adventures and leave their sheltered childhood behind, to find their way in a new and changing world. Rural life does not protect them from harsh reality, whether it finds them in the Trenches or on an Indian tea plantation.Dolly is the centre of the group and we see all the young lives reflected against her struggle to find herself and her future. There is also a darker thread running through the book, which threatens their happiness and security, as times change and adjustments must be made for a new post-war era.An absorbing and satisfying read which will give pleasure to all who enjoy a family saga.
Pamela Martin

Pamela
Martin

Pamela was born in a small town on the North East coast of England. She is the youngest of five sisters and a brother. There was this restlessness within her from a very early age and she spent seventeen years in Canada before returning briefly to her home town.Still eager to embrace life, Pamela sought out more adventure in the USA and stayed there for fourteen years before retiring back in her beloved Lincolnshire.

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