Like anywhere else, change has come to Trinidad Street and the London Docklands. Yet one thing remains constant - the interlocking loyalties of the families...and their friends. Nevertheless, the bombing of London brings out the rest in courage and devotion, and stubborn resistance is needed to cock a snoop at Hitler. While bombs reign down Rita Johnson falls in love with a man who she cannot have and her bitter-sweet, agonizing love story runs through the centre of this compulsive novel.
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Patricia Burns was born in Essex. After a childhood spent messing about on boats, she tried a variety of jobs riveting plugs to serving in shops to market research. She then decided to train as a teacher, which she now combines with writing novels. In her rare spare time she enjoys lazing in the garden and entertaining friends, with the occasional bout of skiing, rock climbing and Egyptian Raqs and Sharki dancing. She is now very happily single and skill lives in Essex with her three children, a cat and delinquent tortoise.
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Book Description Arrow Books, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 99385414