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Birmingham Rose

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Birmingham Rose.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Annie Murray(Author)

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Rose aspires to a better existence. After a childhood in the slums of pre-war Birmingham, Rose joins the ATS during World War II, and meets an Italian doctor. When he joins the priesthood, she returns home to an unhappy marriage, but leaves the city of her childhood again, undefeated.

It’s never too late to start again . . . --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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  • PDF | 432 pages
  • Annie Murray(Author)
  • Macmillan; New edition edition (24 Feb. 1995)
  • English
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  • By M e on 6 May 2017

    Very good book could not put it down the story is fab especially the ending her storylines are very interesting will always read her books

  • By Lynne Delaney on 17 May 2017

    Another great read, I enjoyed this book so much I bought Birmingham Blitz in the same series

  • By jmj on 14 February 2017

    Prompt services, book as description. Thanks

  • By Jackie styche on 3 May 2017

    Like all books by this author l found it difficult to put down.

  • By Kindle Customer on 25 October 2013

    very interesting could not put it down a real page turner,and the history of the second world war was very good

  • By J Brookes on 24 April 2001

    This is one of those 'once picked up you can't put it down' books. A very descriptive and moving story about a girl from Birmingham and her life through the 2nd World War. Murray gives vivid descriptions of life in the poorest areas of Birmingham and how the 1st World War is still having an impact on people when the 2nd begins. It is a story of dreams and ambitions being dampened by the reality of war. Families are torn apart but new friends and relationships are made. The experience of serving her country gives Rose the much needed opportunity to escape from Birmingham and realise her dreams. An excellent book for easy (but tearful!) reading.

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