Fanny McBride, Paperback


Fanny McBride was a large, cheerful, indomitable Tyneside widow with a large, cheerful family.

When she reached her fifties, she began to feel, for the first time in her life, a little lonely.

All but one of her sons and daughters had married and left home, leaving her with spare time on her hands.

Being a woman of resource, Fanny took on a job at the local 'Ladies', which was to prove a surprisingly stimulating experience.

Another new interest was the arrival of some rather odd neighbours at Malhattan's Hall, the tenement block which was Fanny's home.

Then there was her long-standing feud with Mrs Flannagan, the problem of the favourite child's unsuitable marriage, and the puzzle of Fanny's one unmarried son, who was far from being a typical McBride...




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