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Mothering Sunday

By Rosie Goodwin

The riveting and heart-warming brand new saga from bestselling author Rosie Goodwin.

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Audience: Adult fiction
Publish date: 09/03/2017
ISBN number: 9781785762314
Price: £12.99
Imprint: Zaffre
Length: 464 pages
Genre: Saga

Mothering Sunday

By Rosie Goodwin

Details

Audience: Adult fiction
Publish date: 09/03/2017
ISBN number: 9781785762314
Price: £12.99
Imprint: Zaffre
Length: 464 pages
Genre: Saga

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The riveting and heart-warming brand new saga from bestselling author Rosie Goodwin.

A vibrant page-turner with entrancing characters.
Margaret Dickinson
Rosie writes such heart-warming sagas featuring believable characters and well-researched backgrounds and eras and I'm looking forward to reading The Little Angel and all the sagas in her Days of the Week series. Such a clever idea.
Lyn Andrews
The hardships and privations of a Victorian workhouse are vividly portrayed. Sunday Small is a wonderful heroine, plucky, determined and warm-hearted. A believable and compelling read all the way to a satisfying conclusion.
Jennie Felton

If you love Dilly Court, you’ll love Rosie Goodwin.

ALL SHE WANTS IS SOMEONE TO CALL HER OWN

1884, Nuneaton.

Fourteen-year-old Sunday Small has never lived outside the Nuneaton workhouse. The regime is cruel, and if it weren’t for Miss Beau – who comes in every week to teach the children their letters – and her young friend Daisy, Sunday’s life wouldn’t be worth living. And now she’s attracted the unwelcome attention of the workhouse master.

With no choice but to leave behind everything she knows, Sunday strikes out on her own to make her fortune and to fulfil her promise to come back for Daisy. And, secretly she dreams of finding the long-lost mother who gave her away.

But she’s about to discover that, try as she might to escape, the brutal world of the workhouse will not let her go without a fight . . .

Authors

Rosie Goodwin

Rosie Goodwin is the four-million-copy bestselling author of more than forty novels. She is the first author in the world to be allowed to follow three of Catherine Cookson’s trilogies with her own sequels. Having worked in the social services sector for many years, then fostered a number of children, she is now a full-time novelist. She is one of the top 50 most borrowed authors from UK libraries and has sold over four million copies across her career. Rosie lives in Nuneaton, the setting for many of her books, with her husband and their beloved dogs.