The Munitions Girls : The Bomb Girls 1: a gripping saga of love, friendship and betrayal Paperback
by Rosie Archer
Part of the The Bomb Girls series
An enthralling, eventful WW2 saga from the popular writer of the Daisy Lane novels - perfect for fans of Daisy Styles. 1943, Gosport, Hampshire. Pixie Saunders is 19 and employed in the local armaments factory.
Not for the first time, her mother has run off with a dodgy-looking bloke, leaving Pixie to pay the rent and fend for herself.
Pixie, along with her best friend Rita, Em, the factory overseer, and the rest of the girls are making the most of the war while trying to stay alive.
The work is dangerous and the hours long, but in the evenings they take off their overalls and go to the pub or, better still, go dancing.
Pixie meets American serviceman Cal and falls in love.
But then Cal rejoins his ship. When Pixie falls pregnant, her life changes dramatically.
Alone and unable to work, she has to rely on the kindness of friends to help her survive.
Happiness seems like a thing of the past. Little does she know that there are plenty of surprises waiting for her - good ones at that.
Love may be closer than she thinks.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 432 pages
- Publisher: Quercus Publishing
- Publication Date: 26/02/2015
- Category: Second World War fiction
- ISBN: 9781848664944
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