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Vagabonds: A gripping saga of love, hope and determination (Emma Grady trilogy, Book 3)

Josephine Cox

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Sagas, Historical fiction

Beauty and spirit are Molly's inheritance from her mother, in this outstanding and gripping bestselling novel.

Twenty-two years ago Emma Grady was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to transportation to Australia where she bore and lost her baby daughter - conceived during a passionate affair with Marlow Tanner. It is now 1885, and Emma has returned to Blackburn. Reunited with Marlow, she has a loving family, yet she is still haunted by the past, unable to forget how her uncle Caleb Crowther ignored her desperate plea to save herself and her tragic first-born.

Crowther curses his niece's return and also hounds Molly, Emma's estranged daughter. Molly and her children run away and, contending with hunger, exhaustion and the unwelcome attentions of the men who are drawn to Molly's dark beauty, their life at times is almost unbearable. But Molly has inherited Emma's indomitable spirit...

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Praise for Vagabonds: A gripping saga of love, hope and determination (Emma Grady trilogy, Book 3)

  • Driven and passionate - The Sunday Times

  • Hailed quite rightly as a gifted writer in the tradition of Catherine Cookson

  • - Manchester Evening News

  • Cox's talent as a storyteller never lets you escape - Daily Mail

  • A Cookson by any other name - Birmingham Post

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Josephine Cox

Born in Blackburn and now living in Milton Keynes, Josephine Cox is widely recognised for her authorship of immensely popular North Country sagas

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