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Man of the House
On VE day, everyone was rejoycing and it seemed the whole population of Liverpool had turned out to celebrate. Eileen Gillmoss, a colourful character with a smile forever lighting up her face was the life and soul of the party. Today was the day she'd prayed for and dreamed about. After five long, lonely years, her prisoner-of-war husband Bill would be coming home, back to ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published March 9th 1995 by Headline
(first published March 1st 1995)
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The second book in Joan's trilogy featuring Mary and Eileen. This one is really intteresting and deals albeit lightly with Eileen's ways of coping with a husband returned from one of the worst prisoner of war camps from WW2. The book isn't all doom and gloom though and there are lots of laughs.Love the conclussion of the story just wish there had beena bit more from Bill's perspective