Safe Return Home - Elizabeth Waite Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Elizabeth Waite / ISBN: 9781847510334 / Publication Date: 2007 / Publisher: Severn Hosue ... more
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Elizabeth Waite Safe Return Home (Severn House Large Print)
Pages: 320, Edition: Large type edition, Hardcover, Severn House ...
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==Synopsis of the book:== During the Great Depression of the 1930's Emma and Sam Pearson offered two orphaned boys a two week holiday in the peaceful village of North Waltham in Hampshire. The boys from London, John and Tom had little more than the rags they where wearing and no possessions. After the holiday was over the Pearson's tried to adopt the boys and then Foster them but this was without success. But then the boys disappeared and after six months they turned up on their doorstep and lived with them until they where adults. Time has moved on and the family are dealing with the horrors of the Second World War and while the bombing ... Read the complete review
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