[Ebook] ➥ A Strong Hand to Hold Author Anne Bennett – Justinfoline.us

A Strong Hand to Hold A Heartbreaking Tale Of Love And Loss In A Time Of War, Perfect For Fans Of Katie Flynn And Annie Groves.Jenny O Leary Is Devastated One Morning In 1940 When She Receives A Telegram Giving Her The Dreadful News That One Of Her Brothers Has Been Killed In Action Grief Threatens To Engulf Her, But As An ARP Warden, Tending To Birmingham S Injured After The Nightly Raids, She Is Well Used To The Suffering That Thousands Are Enduring Every Day.Linda Prosser Is Just Twelve Years Old And Desperately Close To Her Mother And Two Tiny Brothers As The Bombs Drop Around Them One Fateful Night, Linda Takes A Risk Which Has Disastrous Consequences Terrified, And Buried Beneath A Mass Of Debris After Her Home Takes A Direct Hit, It Is Jenny Who Crawls Through The Wreckage Of The House To Rescue Her.So Begins A Friendship Which Is Last Through The Years But When Linda Falls In Love With A Man That Jenny Despises, She Is Faced With Sacrificing Her Future Happiness For The Friend Who Has Given Her Everything

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ➥ A Strong Hand to Hold Author Anne Bennett – Justinfoline.us

  1. says:

    A very good book to read, lots of memories of Birmingham

  2. says:

    I realy enjoyed this book.If you like books that explores the emotional aspects of a family when your country is at war, this is for you.I was captured by the family bonds, their heartbreak as they deal with life.A tear jerker, but a happy ending.

  3. says:

    Awesome read

  4. says:

    I totally loved this book It is a page turner from beginning to end Reading how the girls relationship grows is a joy and so realistic Can t wait to read of Anne s books.

  5. says:

    Knew by chapter two that i would not like it, thats because yet again the author has to introduce too many chaaracters and confuse the reader.

  6. says:

    Loved This Book.Anne Bennett was born in Birmingham, England, U.K.

  7. says:

    its the second time i have read this book after it has been rereleased and enjoyed it twice as much as the first time anne bennetts storys are so full of history its just like you are there yourself

  8. says:

    Easy reading but pretty predictable and no twists or exciting points in the story One for reading on your sunbed where you don t have to concentrate too much.

  9. says:

    I had actually read this before but I enjoyed reading it again.

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