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Family and friendship mean everything under the darkening skies of wartime Britain, by Sunday Times best-selling author Margaret Dickinson. 

It is the 1930s, and the Maitland family have spent the years following the Great War struggling to come to terms with its catastrophic aftermath, and their hopes now lie with the next generation. Their Lincolnshire village of Doddington suffered terrible loss, and it has taken great courage for the bereaved families to rebuild their lives without their loved ones.

©2020 Margaret Dickinson (P)2020 Macmillan Publishers International Ltd

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  • Mary Rodgers
  • 13-04-21

An excellent sequel to the Brooklyn girls.

A wonderful story, full of intrigue and exciting twists and turns as well as being very informative about the RAF in World War 2. I thoroughly enjoyed it and couldn’t put it down. Well done everyone involved in the production of these two audio books.

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  • M. Walker
  • 28-08-20

Brilliant

I really enjoyed listening to this story it was brilliant in every way, the narrator was excellent.

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  • MaisiMai
  • 18-07-20

Narrator will make or break a real good novel

The Maitland trilogy could have been among my all time favourite novels. I love Margaret Dickinson`s books but I felt Kate Rawson`s attempt at upper class dialect extremely annoying, so much that it ruined my enjoyment of the book. I feel a different narrator could have transformed these novels into a superb saga. Great books ruined by second rate narrator.. sorry.