The next compelling, heartfelt instalment in the lives of the Ten Bells Street girls, a wartime saga series from Mary Collins (pseudonym of bestselling crime writer, Barbara Nadel, author of the Inspector Ikmen series).
Can their friendship survive the struggles of war?
1940, the East End of London.
Life is tough for the Ten Bells Street girls. Best friends from childhood, the three of them now find themselves scattered across London, surviving the war apart.
Exiled from the East End, Rose has created a new life for herself and now works as a dancer in a club in Soho - but life in the West End has its problems too.
With the arrival of the war, Becky has finally found work as a nurse, but as the bombs continue to fall she struggles to cope with the damage that surrounds her.
And Bernie may have achieved her lifelong dream of becoming a professional photographer, but she's never felt more distanced from her family and her life in the East End.
Separated by circumstances, the girls' friendship stands strong in the face of hardship as they fight for their place in a frightening new world.
One way or another, love will pull them through...