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All That Jazz: Glamour and heartache in 1920s London

Dee Williams

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A gripping new Cockney saga from the Sunday Times bestselling author. 'A cosy chair and a Dee Williams book is a little bit of heaven' Lesley Pearse.

A heartrending tale of sisters torn apart, Dee Williams' latest novel also takes you into the colourful world of the Jazz Age...

It's 1921 and eighteen-year-old Daisy May and her little sister Mary-Jane, who is six, are orphaned. Times are tough and, to support her sister, Daisy has to work hard as a dancer in a nightclub, getting home late and hardly seeing Mary-Jane. One night a fire starts and Mary-Jane is alone in the house. The night's events lead to the sisters being split up and Daisy May begins to fear that she will never see Mary-Jane again...

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Dee Williams

Dee Williams was born and brought up in Rotherhithe in East London where her father worked as a stevedore in Surrey Docks. She lives in Hampshire, where she is also an active fundraiser for breast cancer awareness.

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