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  • Mountain Leopard Press
  • Mountain Leopard Press
  • Mountain Leopard Press

A Sister's Hope: a completely addictive historical fiction saga novel for 2024

Mollie Walton

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Classic fiction (pre c 1945), Second World War fiction, Historical romance, Sagas

North Yorkshire, 1941. It's been two years since war broke out and the dangers of war are becoming ever more real for the Calvert-Lazenby family. Against her mother's wishes, 18-year-old Connie has moved out and is training as a carpenter - but life is about to get dangerous...

Finalist for the Romantic Novelist Association's 'The Romantic Saga Award 2023' for A Mother's War 1941

Determined to contribute to the war effort, eighteen-year-old Connie runs away from school in Yorkshire to work as a carpenter's apprentice in Scarborough.

Though life on the workshop floor is tough, Connie finds comfort in the friendship of her glamorous flatmate, Valentine. But when Valentine disappears one night, Connie doesn't know where to turn. With the war raging the police won't investigate, and so Connie must take matters into her own hands.

How far will she go to discover the truth of Valentine's disappearance? And what terrible secrets will she uncover along the way?

Praise for Mollie Walton:

'Mollie Walton captures your attention from the very first page and doesn't let go!' Diney Costeloe

'A Journey. Compelling. Addictive' Val Wood

'Feisty female characters, an atmospheric setting ... A phenomenal read' Cathy Bramley

'Evocative, dramatic and hugely compelling. I loved it' Miranda Dickinson

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