The Grafton Girls

The Grafton Girls

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When Diane Wilson leaves Cambridge for Liverpool, destined for Derby House and war work as a teleprint operator, she is intent on mending her broken heart. But will hundreds of miles ease the pain of her betrayal?Meanwhile, mean-spirited Myra Stone awaits her new roommate in the Wavertree terrace she is billeted to. From the moment she first lays eyes on Myra, Diane senses she's bad news. But does Myra's bitterness and caustic wit belie a secret heartache?Anne starts work at the munitions factory, enduring terrible conditions in order to put food on the table for herself and her widowed mother. It's tough, relentless work. But Anne is befriended by lively and vivacious Jess Hunt who injects colour and fun into the drab surroundings. Until, one day, a troublemaker deliberately provokes a fued between them...All four women are brought together at The Grafton, the local dance hall favoured by American GIs as well as the local girls. In this heady, uncertain time, infatuation and passion blossom. But has each girl found true love - or true trouble?

ISBN: 9780007209675
Branch Call Number: GEN FIC PB Gro 3558

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SusieQ856
May 29, 2011

Once again another great book by Annie Groves.
I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend this great read especially if you were born during or before the war years. You really get to know what they went thru even if it is a non fiction novel. Definitely worth reading! Annie Groves is a great writer of these war time stories.

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