The Dublin Girls: A powerfully heartrending family saga of three sisters in 1950s Ireland
Cathy Mansell (Author)
Dramatic, emotional and romantic, i f you love Lorna Cook, Tracy Rees and Jenny Ashcroft, you'll love this gripping and heartrending novel from Cathy Mansell, author of A Place to Belong .
'G lorious - a cross between Maeve Binchy and Catherine Cookson' 5* early reader review
'A superb saga' PETERBOROUGH TELEGRAPH
'A heart-warming story full of characters you'll come to love' ROSIE GOODWIN
'Page-turning and compelling... Most highly recommended' MARGARET KAINE
'Rarely have I read a book where every character springs from the pages so authentically' JEAN CHAPMAN
'A warm-hearted, engaging story' MARGARET JAMES, WRITING MAGAZINE
In 1950s Dublin, life is hard and jobs are like gold dust.
Nineteen-year-old Nell Flynn is training to be a nurse and planning to marry her boyfriend, Liam Connor, when her mother dies, leaving her younger sisters destitute. To save them from the workhouse, Nell returns to the family home - a mere two rooms at the top of a condemned tenement.
Nell finds work at a biscuit factory and, at first, they scrape through each week. But then eight-year-old Roisin, delicate from birth, is admitted to hospital with rheumatic fever and fifteen-year-old Kate, rebellious, headstrong and resentful of Nell taking her mother's place, runs away.
When Liam finds work in London, Nell stays to struggle on alone - her unwavering devotion to her sisters stronger even than her love for him. She's determined that one day the Dublin girls will be reunited and only then will she be free to follow her heart.
Look for more gripping, heartwrenching page-turners from Cathy Mansell - don't miss A Place to Belong , out now.
Headline Publishing Group
23 July 2020
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