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Far from home / Lyn Andrews.

By: Andrews, LynMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: London : Headline, 2006Description: 343 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 075533194XSubject(s): Irish -- England -- Fiction | Female friendship -- Fiction | Irish -- England -- Liverpool -- Fiction | Irish -- England -- Liverpool -- Fiction | Irish In England -- Fiction | Household employees -- England -- Fiction | Family sagas | Liverpool (England) -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- Fiction | Liverpool (England) -- Fiction | Liverpool (England) -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | Historical fiction. | General fiction. DDC classification: Rental Fiction Subject: As the daughter of the blacksmith in her tiny Irish village, fifteen-year-old Kitty Doyle knows little of the ways of the world, but she has to grow up fast when her widowed father re-marries and she has no choice but to leave the family home. Luckily there's work to be found over the water in 1920s Liverpool and soon Kitty has a job in a grocer's, where she also catches the eye of the owner. With Kitty's input the business is soon thriving - but tragedy lies ahead, and she must endure many trials and tribulations before she can find true happiness.
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The wonderful new novel from Headline's queen of sagas

As daughter of the blacksmith in her tiny Irish village, fifteen-year-old Kitty Doyle knows little of the ways of the world, but she has to grow up fast when her widowed father re-marries and she has no choice but to leave the family home. Luckily there's work to be found over the water in 1920s Liverpool and soon Kitty has a job in a grocer's, where she also catches the eye of the owner. With Kitty's input the business is soon thriving - but tragedy lies ahead, and she must endure many trials and tribulations before she can find true happiness...

As the daughter of the blacksmith in her tiny Irish village, fifteen-year-old Kitty Doyle knows little of the ways of the world, but she has to grow up fast when her widowed father re-marries and she has no choice but to leave the family home. Luckily there's work to be found over the water in 1920s Liverpool and soon Kitty has a job in a grocer's, where she also catches the eye of the owner. With Kitty's input the business is soon thriving - but tragedy lies ahead, and she must endure many trials and tribulations before she can find true happiness.

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