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The Flower of Albert Square (EastEnders #4)

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As far as William Skinner was concerned, his wife Ethel was 'The Flower Of Albert Square.' But despite her love for William, Ethel had not had an easy life.

They had first met during the war, when Ethel was staying with relatives after being bombed out. As the years went by, William became seriously ill, and Ethel experienced more and more foreboding as she tried to exerci
Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 27th 1986 by Grafton (first published 1986)
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Four books in, and not much I can add to the reviews of these EastEnd novels: VERY quick, VERY fun, VERY breezy and the author captures the characters perfectly. This volume is a particularly useful one, as Ethel's character on the show rarely delved deeper than her "elderly airhead" personality; here, we get to see the tragedy early in life that outlined her path, but also her courtings and marriage to her dear William, and the first hints of her allegedly psychic abilities. If you find TV's ...more
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