A moving family drama of one young woman’s fight to survive, to find her long-lost relatives and to find a place to call home
Bridgette has been hurt many times in her life. Her early years were blighted by her spoilt brother; her marriage ruined by World War Two. Now her mother is dying. And then comes a deathbed revelation – somewhere Bridgette has another family and a father.
Bridgette joins the war effort and shows her courage by aiding a British Agent whose life is in danger. But, as the war draws to a close, Bridgette is still full of questions about her past and is determined to find the answers. So she sets off for Birmingham – not knowing what she will discover, but desperately hoping to find a place where she can finally belong…
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Praise for Anne Bennett:
‘A powerful, heart-wrenching saga from the much-loved author of “Daughter of Mine” and “Danny Boy”…This [“Mother’s Only Child”] is a page-turning saga of love, loss and family ties’ Woman’s Weekly
‘[Anne Bennett] is blessed with a vivid imagination and a natural aptitude for writing’ Daily Post
‘The beauty of Anne’s books is that they are about normal people and are sewn through with human emotions which affect us all’ Birmingham Post
‘Powerfully written’ Woman Book Club
‘A brilliant story and very gripping…Anne Bennett really brings the characters to life. It’s a great read. You won’t be able to put the book down’ YoursAbout the Author:
Anne Bennett was born in the Horsefair district of Birmingham. The daughter of Roman Catholic Irish immigrants, she grew up in a tight-knit community. For many years she taught in schools to the north of Birmingham, before an accident put paid to that career. This gave her the chance to write full time. She has four children and four grandchildren. In 2006, after sixteen years in a wheelchair, Anne was able to walk again.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7226071