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AJ Pearce grew up in Hampshire and studied at the University of Sussex. A chance discovery of a 1939 women's magazine became the inspiration for her ever-growing collection and her first novel Dear Mrs Bird. She now lives and writes in the south of England. ...more

Average rating: 3.78 · 36,994 ratings · 5,345 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Dear Mrs. Bird

3.78 avg rating — 36,790 ratings — published 2018 — 48 editions
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Yours Cheerfully

4.25 avg rating — 195 ratings — expected publication 2021 — 6 editions
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The Disappeared / Dear Mrs....

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Dear Mrs. Bird Yours Cheerfully
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“Find out what you're good at...and then get even better. That's the key.”
A.J. Pearce, Dear Mrs. Bird

“My mother never gave in. One of Father's friends had once said that if Mother had been in charge, the Great War would have been over by 1916. Father had replied that if my mother had been in charge, she would have made damn sure the bloody thing hadn't started in the first place. Mother always said it wasn't just about keeping going, but about standing up for what you believed in as well.”
A.J. Pearce, Dear Mrs. Bird

“I tried to take a deep breath and be British and brave, but it didn't work, and instead, the tears began. Masses of them. Where did tears like that come from and how did they get there so fast? Were they always there, just waiting for something awful to happen? What a horrible job they had.”
A.J. Pearce, Dear Mrs. Bird



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