Sand Against the Wind

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This novel is the story of the Morgan family in Wales during the Second World War. Colliery owner Harry Morgan has plenty to worry about. His daughter, Meredith Fletcher, is a war widow with a child to bring up. Her half sister, Mariah, experiences her own tragedy when her husband, a pilot in the RAF, is shot down and declared missing. When a young woman turns up and declares she was married to Meredith’s husband, the family is thrown into turmoil. Then a local miner courts Mariah’s mother, Ellen Richards, and Harry realises that he is about to lose her. A novel of the vagaries of family life during the Second World War and worth reading if you like family sagas, this is the sequel to Windsong. I had not read the first book and found there was little exploration of characters in this one, so it took me a while to get into the book and establish all the relationships. Once I did, I thought it was enjoyable and cared enough to want to read on to see how it would turn out in the end.

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Award-winning novel of the Great War.

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Century

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(UK) £18.99

ISBN
(UK) 9780709085294

Format
Paperback

Pages
224

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