The tale of two Liverpool sisters and their search for happiness.
When Kate and Rose Drew are orphaned, they are heartbroken to discover they are to be separated.
Kate must go to Aunt Mildred, a hard woman who runs a Liverpool boarding house, who puts her to work at once. But Rose gets the wealthy widow Aunt Beattie, who lavishes her with gifts and attention.
As one sister experiences hardship alongside friendship, while the other is spoilt and isolated, which will find happiness? For, eventually, it is not what Kate and Rose have in life that counts, but what they choose to make of it…
A truly memorable saga that will charm readers of Helen Forrester, Katie Flynn and Pam Howes.
|Publisher:||Canelo Digital Publishing Ltd|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||597 KB|
About the Author
Elizabeth Murphy was an author of Liverpool family sagas, praised for their heartwarming portrayal of early 20th century Liverpool and their ‘good old-fashioned Northern common sense’. She was born in Liverpool and lived in Merseyside all of her life. When she was twelve, her father gave her a sixpenny book from a secondhand book stall, Liverpool Table Talk One Hundred Years Ago, which led to her lifelong interest in Liverpool’s history. Her stories follow young women from working class families overcoming hardship and finding happiness in the face of adversity. She passed away in 2002.