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A Mother's Joy: A Short Story Collection In Celebration Of Motherhood

Lynda Page, Pamela Evans, Anne Baker, Jennie Felton

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

The perfect treat for Mother's Day. A delightful collection of four short stories in celebration of motherhood from acclaimed saga authors Anne Baker, Pam Evans, Jennie Felton and Lynda Page.

Four of our most-loved saga authors invite you to join them on a journey through motherhood in this collection of heart-warming short stories.

Daisy's Day by Anne Baker

It's 1920s Liverpool and Daisy must do everything she can to protect her children from poverty and disease. A mother's love is limitless...

The First Strawberry by Pam Evans
Bombs are falling over London and times are hard for Rose and her family. That is until six-year-old Sydney and a little miracle restore all hope...

The Birthday Surprise by Jennie Felton
Somerset, 1898. Can two daughters ease their mother's sorrows and bring her a birthday full of joy?

How Memories Are Made by Lynda Page

Ginnie Owens is facing a devastating decision. But she's about to discover that just when all seems lost a mother's dreams can finally come true.

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Praise for A Mother's Joy: A Short Story Collection In Celebration Of Motherhood

  • Praise for Jennie Felton:

  • 'An enthralling new saga from a leading light in the world of women's fiction' - Peterborough Evening Telegraph

  • Praise for Anne Baker:

  • 'A stirring tale of romance and passion, poverty and ambition' - Liverpool Echo

  • Praise for Pam Evans:

  • 'A good traditional romance, and its author has a feeling for the atmosphere of post-war London' - Sunday Express

  • Praise for Lynda Page:

  • 'Inspirational and heartwarming' - Sun

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Lynda Page

Lynda Page was born and brought up in Leicester. The eldest of four daughters, she left home at seventeen and has had a wide variety of office jobs. She now spends the majority of her time helping her daughter and writing her novels in the peace and tranquillity of her daughter's holiday park in Epworth, North Lincolnshire.

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