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Liverpool Daughter

A Heart-Warming Wartime Story
Written by: Katie Flynn
Narrated by: Anne Dover
Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Brought to you by Penguin.

The first in a heart-warming new series by Sunday Times best seller Katie Flynn.

Home is where the heart is, and my heart belongs to Liverpool. We wouldn’t dream of leavin’ our beloved city....

August 1940: As the Luftwaffe swarm over Liverpool, Shane Quinn decides to move his family back to the safety of Ireland. But his only child, the beautiful Dana, would rather stay and serve her country than flee to a foreign land.

Determined to make it on her own, she joins the WAAF with newfound pals Patty and Lucy. There’s plenty of excitement to be had on a RAF station, even a chance or two at love....

But the stark reality of war begins to take its toll and the three girls soon discover they need their friendship more than ever. And when shocking news arrives from Ireland, Dana will realise the true importance of family.

©2020 Katie Flynn (P)2020 Penguin Audio

Critic Reviews

"If you pick up a Katie Flynn book it's going to be a wrench to put it down again." (Holyhead and Anglesey Mail)

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  • Susieann
  • 11-08-20

Great story, well read

From start to finish I was captivated. Well written. Interesting characters. Ann Dover is a great narrator

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  • Christine Covey
  • 02-08-20

Great Book

Great book, I was hooked in the story. Anne Dover read it amazingly as always. 10/10. I wanted more!

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  • bird
  • 26-01-20

Great Book

Brilliant story I couldn't put it down, I can't wait to listen to another one.

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  • Anne Speight
  • 22-07-20

Easy reading

Nice story, brought to life by an excellent narrator, Anne Dover, which makes a real difference to an audio book.

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  • pamela c.
  • 01-06-20

Excellent

A brilliant book as all Katie Flynn books are, engaging right up to the end

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-01-20

very good read fab story telling great plot happy

very good story told and read excellently, good plot interesting. Great listen good book brilliant

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  • 10-10-20

very enjoyable story

a very enjoyable book bit cheesy in some areas but I still enjoyed the romance of it all

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  • richard
  • 06-10-20

Loved it

First time listening to Katie Flynn and loved the story and all the characters. Didn’t want the book to end .

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  • Gill Allen
  • 24-05-20

Boring story

The most boring, drawn out story that could have been told in one chapter. I skipped most of the book and found the ending was as predictable as the beginning. The only saving grace was the narrator Anne Dover.