A wartime saga series about the lives and escapades of the first women to work in the post office depot in Regent's Park in WW1
Can they deliver hope and friendship this Christmas?
1915. After the recent dramatic events at the Home Depot, Milly Woods is looking forward to spending as much time as possible with her Post Office girls, Nora and Beth - known as Liza to her friends. With Christmas fast approaching, their job of getting millions of letters and parcels to the troops on the front line is more important than ever.
But when Milly is moved to a different department, she and the girls struggle to find time to spend together. Feeling more and more lonely, Milly finds company and common ground at her local suffragette group - as well as catching the eye of a wounded ex-soldier at the Home Depot.
But soon, Milly discovers that her new friends might not be what they seem. As she is drawn into a deadly plan that could affect the outcome of the war, can her Post Office girls help her get back on track, and scupper the plan in time for Christmas?
READERS LOVE THE POST OFFICE GIRLS!
'A superb debut novel' - 5 STARS
'Entertaining, enlightening and thoroughly enjoyable' - 5 STARS
'I absolutely loved this book and I am already eagerly awaiting book two in the series' - 5 STARS
'The book gave a wonderful in sight into postal-service life during the war. Well done, Poppy' - 5 STARS
'An excellent WW1 book' - 5 STARS