The Tobacco Girls

  • Lizzie Lane

  • ISBN: 9781800484863

£21.99

Bristol 1939. School leaver Maisie Miles suspects her father, a small-time crook, has an ulterior motive for insisting she gets a job at the W.D. & H.O. Wills tobacco factory... more

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Bristol 1939. School leaver Maisie Miles suspects her father, a small-time crook, has an ulterior motive for insisting she gets a job at the W.D. & H.O. Wills tobacco factory but keeps it to herself.
She's befriended by effervescent Phyllis Mason and kind-hearted Bridget Milligan who take pity on her and take Maisie under their wing. But beneath their happy go lucky exteriors they all harbour dreams and worries about what the future holds. Engaged to be married Phyllis dreams of romance and passion but when it comes there are dire consequences. Bridget seemingly the level headed one harbours a horror of something unspeakable that she cannot easily come to terms with. There's great comradeship at the tobacco factory, and with the advent of war everything is about to change and even the closest friendships are likely to be strained.
The Tobacco Girls by Lizzie Lane

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ISBN(s)
Large Print Paperback: 9781800484863
(05 Jan 2021)
Audio MP3 CD: 9781800484887
(05 Jan 2021)
Audio CD: 9781800484917
(05 Jan 2021)

Narrator(s)
Audio MP3 CD: Anne Dover
Audio CD: Anne Dover

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