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Wartime Friends

Wartime Friends

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Margaret went to Skegness Grammar School and upon graduation, she was admitted to Lincoln Technical College. Huge congratulations to Margaret Dickinson on publication of her 30th novel, The Poacher's Daughter! Yet it is Meg's fiery independence that encourages Jake to leave the workhouse and seek employment on Middleditch Farm. Working with freezing fingers to gut the precious herring, she follows the fleet south, travelling far away from her Scottish home. A Mother's Sorrow is a heart-rending family saga set around WW1 from bestselling author and Queen of the Saga, Margaret Dickinson.

It turned out to be a very popular work and due to public demand, Margaret decided to make it into a trilogy.As a full-time author, Margaret Dickinson now spends most of her time writing and does not have the time to focus on anything else. Heartbroken by the new revelations, She leaves to go become a diver in the WAAF following the outbreak of war. Bridie is secretly besotted with her godfather, Andrew, whom she is convinced she will marry when she is older. Kathy, though naive at first (which was realistic given her upbringing), was a good character and really came into her own as the story went on.

The Sunday TImes bestselling author of A Simple Wish brings a heart-rending and compelling wartime saga of love and loss that is sure to stay with you long after you have finished the last page.Determined to enjoy life after the years of misery, and to help her forget a broken love affair, she seeks excitement in the London parties and balls of the Roaring Twenties.

Margaret Dickinson’s novel “Plough the Furrow” is set in Lincolnshire and introduces Esther Everatt. Although it was awful not to see your family and friends, my daily life wasn't a lot different because I'm used to being in an office on my own writing. That's another trilogy that covers World War One and World War Two, on the generation through the families, you see.By far the nicest characters in the book were Aunt Jemima and the lovely Morry, whom Kathy should have married (in my opinion).

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