An Improper Daughter
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An Improper Daughter

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This extraordinary story – written entirely without self pity – is Ruth Jones’ memoir of her search for her mother.

In 1928, as a 10-day-old baby she was left at a children’s home with a note: “Her name is Ruth.” For more than a decade, this was the only information Ruth had about her origins. Then, a chance finding of a slip of paper in the orphanage’s attic gives a vital...more
Published April 2009 by Cape Catley Ltd
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