Liverpool December,In the breaking dawn of a raw windswept morning, a new born baby girl is left at the door of an orphange So helpless and appealing is the foundling that young Nellie McDowell, the maid of all work, decides there and then to adopt her as her own sisterIn the years that follow, Nellie and Lilac become even closer than sisters in their shared struggle to survive the grinding poverty of their lot But they cannot lean on each other for ever Nellie delights in the promise of love and tastes the bitterness of betrayal just as the long finger of war stretches out to divide the girls and rob Liverpool of a whole generation of its young men Sure to please fans and newcomers alike, this is classic Katie Flynn saga writing at its best

10 thoughts on “A Liverpool Lass

  1. Shirley Revill Shirley Revill says:

    Loved this book Recommended.

  2. Donna Simpson Donna Simpson says:

    Enjoyable read.

  3. Charlie-Dee Charlie-Dee says:

    Okay read Wasn t overly keen on plot.

  4. Ann Pellew Ann Pellew says:

    I read it before I got my Kindle Can t remember when but I haven t read a bad one of Katie s

  5. Jacqui Jacqui says:

    This is one of those books where everyone is happy an even when bad things happen everyone gets a happy ending It is very unrealistic but good for a light read.

  6. Sue Sue says:

    Excellent Sorry to have finished it.