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Eve and her Sisters: An utterly compelling, dramatic and heart-breaking saga

Rita Bradshaw

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Fiction, Sagas, Historical fiction

A compelling north-eastern saga, in the tradition of Josephine Cox. 'Warm, inspired historical writing...a masterful author' North Wales Chronicle.

Following their father's death in a mining accident, sisters Eve, Mary and Nell journey to the Michaelmas fair at Gateshead to be put up for hire - it is that or face the workhouse. Eve, who has looked after her younger sisters since their mother's death, cannot bear the thought of them being separated so she is indebted to innkeeper, Caleb Travis, when he takes pity on her and agrees to hire them all. Over the years, Eve's gratitude towards him turns to love, but Caleb is blind to Eve's feelings as he is infatuated with Mary. It is to take many more years of heartache before he realises his mistake.

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Rita Bradshaw

Rita Bradshaw was born in Northamptonshire, where she still lives today with her husband. She has written many successful novels under a pseudonym and several delightful sagas under her own name.

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