Wish me Luck

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When Fleur Bosley bumped into Robbie Rodwell on a railway station in the blackout she could not have foreseen what a tangled web of family secrets would affect them both in the days that followed.

It is Lincolnshire in 1941. Fleur is a WAAF and radiotelephone operator, Robbie a wireless operator on bombers and they are both posted to the same airfield. A mutual attraction soon turns to love but when they introduce each other to their respective parents they discover that some dark secret, shared by both families, threatens their future happiness.

Away from the airfield and the reminders of war, Fleur and Robbie snatch what time they can together in a cottage where Fleur is billeted striking up a close friendship with the elderly owner and her neighbour, but happy occasions contrast starkly with the tragic events that lie ahead.

This is an eventful saga where the lives of the characters are shadowed by the past, but like any good love story all comes right in the end, and fans of Margaret Dickinson will enjoy the journey.

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Century

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(UK) £5.99
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(UK) 9780330442114

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Paperback

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431

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