The Second World War is finally over but nobody knows what the future may hold in this powerful and gripping saga from bestselling author Lyn Andrews
WHEN TOMORROW DAWNS is a moving, compelling saga from bestselling author Lyn Andrews. Not to be missed by readers of Kate Thompson and Donna Douglas.
The war is finally over. But for one young woman, the future is full of uncertainty . . .
1945. The people of Liverpool, after six years of terror and grief and getting by, are making the best of the hard-won peace, none more so than the ebullient O'Sheas. They welcome widowed Dubliner Mary O'Malley, her young son Kevin and Breda, her bold strap of a sister, with open arms and hearts.
Mary is determined to make a fresh start for her family, even though Breda is soon up to her old tricks. At first all goes well, and Mary begins to build an understanding with their new neighbour Chris Kennedy - until events take a dramatic turn that puts Chris beyond her reach. Forced to leave the shelter of the O'Sheas' home, humiliated and bereft, Mary faces a future that is uncertain once more. But she knows that life has to go on . . .
Praise for Lyn Andrews' unforgettable novels:
'A compelling read' Woman's Own
'A vivid picture of a hard-up, hard-working community . . . will keep the pages turning' Daily Express
'Spellbinding' Northern Echo
Praise for Lyn Andrews' novels: 'An outstanding storyteller - Woman's Weekly
Lyn Andrews tackles her subject with the panache of an indisputably gifted storyteller - Historical Novels Review
Gutsy... A vivid picture of a hard-up, hard-working community...will keep the pages turning - Daily Express
Lyn Andrews was born and raised in Liverpool. The daughter of a policeman, she also married a policeman and, after becoming the mother of triplets, took some years off from her writing whilst she brought up her family. In 1993 Lyn was shortlisted for the Romantic Novelists' Association Award.
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