Her Mother's Daughter
The moving and heartwarming story of one woman trying to make it on her own, from the bestselling author of The Open Door
Kate Freeman, the daughter of the inimitable Rose Webster, is like her mother in more ways than one. But Kate has dreams of her own, dreams that could bring great joy - or terrible sorrow.
In 1960, she moves to London to become a photographer. She has her mother's strength to guide her, but is that enough?
With a long journey ahead of her and a lot of growing up to do, Kate will be put to the test. For her, her family and friends, the era that was dubbed "a time of peace" proves to be anything but.
Tragedy, upheaval, and the tears and laughter of family life await . . .
Praise for Beryl Matthews:
'A heartwarming and uplifting tale' Daily Express
'Catherine Cookson fans will love this' Woman's Own
'A winner . . . Beryl Matthews grabs and holds the attention of the reader from the very first page' Billy Hopkins, author of Our Kid
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