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  • Hodder & Stoughton

Bitter Seed

Meg Hutchinson

2 Reviews

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

In the grand tradition of Josephine Cox and Catherine Cookson

Having suffered much cruelty at the hands of her father, Isabel Kenton is shocked to hear after his death that he was not her real father. She inherits their house while her twin brother Mark is left the family steel works. When World War I breaks out, Mark joins the RAF, and the management of the business is left in Isabel's hands, which is not welcomed by the town's industrialists. She makes many enemies and has to struggle to keep her business alive. After much unhappiness, she finally finds love with the manager of a local foundry as well as the identity of her real father.

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Praise for Bitter Seed

  • Many bitter tears are shed - Books Magazine

  • No doubt any fan of the historical saga, when men were men and women always swooned, will love it - Telegraph & Argus (A Promise Given)

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Meg Hutchinson

Meg Hutchinson left school at fifteen and didn't return to education until she was thirty-three, when she entered Teacher Training College and studied for her degree in the evenings. Telling stories and writing compositions have been part of Meg's life since a child and she now indulges this passion in a little cottage in Shropshire.

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