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The Forget-Me-Not Summer
     

The Forget-Me-Not Summer

by Katie Flynn
 

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Liverpool 1936

Miranda and her mother, Arabella, live comfortably in a nice area. But when her mother tells her she can no longer afford their present lifestyle, they have a blazing row, and Miranda goes to bed angry and upset. When she wakes the next morning, however, her mother has disappeared.

She raises the alarm but everyone is baffled, and

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Liverpool 1936

Miranda and her mother, Arabella, live comfortably in a nice area. But when her mother tells her she can no longer afford their present lifestyle, they have a blazing row, and Miranda goes to bed angry and upset. When she wakes the next morning, however, her mother has disappeared.

She raises the alarm but everyone is baffled, and when searches fail to discover Arabella’s whereabouts, Miranda is forced to live with her Aunt Vi and cousin Beth, who resent her presence and treat her badly.

Miranda is miserable, but when she meets a neighbour, Steve, things begin to look up and Steve promises to help his new friend in her search, and does so until war intervenes…

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 • "One of the country's most popular storytellers." —Scottish Daily Record
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 • "One of the country's most popular storytellers." —Scottish Daily Record

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448134908
Publisher:
Random House
Publication date:
02/14/2013
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
432
File size:
470 KB

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 • "One of the country's most popular storytellers." —Scottish Daily Record
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 • "One of the country's most popular storytellers." —Scottish Daily Record

Meet the Author

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. For the past few years, she has had to cope with ME but has continued to write.

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