The Lonely Shore - Frances Paige Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006511643 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Frances Paige / Edition: TV Tie in Ed / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 1999-02-01 by HarperCollins
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by - written on 30/11/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
The book I will now review is - "The lonely shore by Frances Paige". Sarah Lane is shy and timid, the compete opposite to her elder sister Mary, who is vivacious and seemingly care free. Sarah woks in a sew shop attached to an up market designer clothes shop, where all the rich and fashionable women shop, and it seems that Sarah has found her calling. That is until the day the girls lose both of there parents to an epidemic of flu and influenza, leaving a reasonably young Sarah and Mary, now as her guardian and to intents and purposes, Mum. And this is how it goes on for some years, though now the war has finished, ... Read the complete review
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