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The Silent War

A moving wartime saga of tragedy and hope

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The Silent War by Victor Pemberton
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Sunday Collins is less than happy with her lot in war-torn London, working in the sweaty, steamy laundry round the corner from her home in a stark Holloway council flat known as 'the buildings' where she has been brought up by May Collins, a Salvation Army Officer who found her on the Sally Army steps along with her bossy sister Louie. Sunday lives for Saturday nights, when she makes the most of her Betty Grable looks at the Athenaeum Dance Hall. But Sunday's recklessly lived life is changed dramatically when, one summer morning in 1944, the laundry receives a direct hit from one of Hitler's V-1s, and she finds she is - and it seems permanently - deaf...

Author Biography

Victor Pemberton is a successful radio playwright and TV producer, and has worked with some of the great names of entertainment.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 1997
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Headline Book Publishing
Pages
448
Dimensions
111x177x26
ISBN-13
9780747253228
Product ID
1697098

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