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 story of family tragedy, Land Girls and lost love from bestselling author Dee Williams.
When Babs Scott loses her beloved parents in an air raid, she finds herself homeless and alone in Rotherhithe. The Land Army offers her an escape and, despite the backbreaking toil, Babs loves the peaceful green fields and the fresh, clean air of Sussex. But when her new RAF sweetheart Pete dies on his return to the skies, Babs is grief-stricken once more. After the war and back in her home town, a foolish mistake changes Babs life for ever. Has she lost her one chance for happiness?
Dee Williams was born and brought up in Rotherhithe in East London where her father worked as a stevedore in Surrey Docks. Dee left school at fourteen, met her husband at sixteen and was married at twenty. After living abroad for some years, Dee and her husband moved to Hampshire, close to the rest of her family.