The lost English girl / Julia Kelly.
Liverpool, 1935: Raised in a strict Catholic family, Viv Byrne knows what's expected of her: marry a Catholic man from her working-class neighborhood and have his children. However, when she finds herself pregnant after a fling with Joshua Levinson, a Jewish man with dreams of becoming a famous Jazz musician, Viv knows that a swift wedding is the only answer. Five years later and on the eve of World War II, Viv is faced with the impossible choice to evacuate her young daughter, Maggie, to the countryside estate of the affluent Thompson family. However, tragedy strikes when Viv learns that the countryside safe haven she sent her daughter to wasn't immune from the horrors of war. -- Provided by the publisher.
- ISBN: 9781982171704
- ISBN: 1982171707
- Physical Description: 404 pages ; 24cm
- Edition: First Gallery Books hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2023.
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