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The Girl with the Silver Clasp : A sweeping, unputdownable WWI historical novel set in Cornwall, Paperback / softback Book

The Girl with the Silver Clasp : A sweeping, unputdownable WWI historical novel set in Cornwall Paperback / softback

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'Absolutely loved it' Heidi Swain on The Ferryman's DaughterWill they find the courage to follow their dreams?St.

Ives, 1916. Jess Morgan always hoped to become a celebrated silversmith, but when the men return from war she's forced to return to her job as a seamstress.

All she can cling to is the memory of that delicate, unique silver clasp she created for a society bride. Rachel Bellamy served as an ambulance driver on the front line during the Great War but now it's up to her to save the family home and picturesque harbour from her wealthy brother-in-law, before it's too late.

Giselle Harding fought her way up from poverty to become a Hollywood movie star.

Yet even the most beautiful jewels she owns will never fill replace the man she lost. As the lives of the three women collide, will they be able to overcome their differences and fight together for the dreams they once held so close?Readers are loving THE GIRL WITH THE SILVER CLASP:'A lovely book filled full of hope nostalgia and love' NetGalley Reviewer'Full of highs and lows that pull at your heartstrings, superb!' NetGalley Reviewer'A really nice, feel good story' NetGalley Reviewer'Some of my favourite parts were reading about life in London as well as the growth of the artists in the St.

Ives area!' NetGalley Reviewer

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