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Down Stepney Way: Book 1 [electronic resource]

Worboyes, Sally2022
What will happen when the truth finally comes out? Blackshirts march through the East End in 1930s London and the Jewish community is under threat of violence. In the midst of this, Jessie Warner discovers a family secret and turns to her mother for answers – but she is met with silence. Over in Bethnal Green, Hannah Blake reluctantly joins the Blackshirts, forced by her cold-hearted mother to do so. Next-door neighbour Emmie Smith looks on, wishing she could tell Hannah the truth about her family and provide her with hope for a brighter future. Meanwhile, Emmie's son Tom, chipper and handsome, has fallen for Jessie Warner who he is desperate to bring home. Their lives intertwine and soon, so do their secrets... A compelling family saga perfect for fans of Ruth Hamilton and Rosie Hendry.
[Place of publication not identified] : Canelo, 2022
1 online resource (1 text file)
The East End Sagas
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Sally Worboyes was born and grew up in Stepney with four brothers and a sister, and she brings some of her own family background to her East End sagas. She now lives in Norfolk with her husband, with whom she has three grown-up children. She has written several plays which have been broadcast on Anglia Television and Radio Four. She also adapted her own play and novel, WILD HOPS, as a musical, The Hop Pickers.
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