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Heading home / Katie Flynn.

By: Flynn, Katie.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Arrow, 2010Description: 408 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780099520252 (hbk.); 0099520257 (hbk.).Subject(s): Irish -- England -- Liverpool -- Fiction | Sisters -- Fiction | Family sagas | Irish -- England -- Liverpool -- Fiction | Irish England Liverpool Fiction | Ireland Social conditions 20th century Fiction | Liverpool (England) Social conditions 20th century Fiction | Ireland -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- Fiction | Liverpool (England) -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- Fiction | Liverpool (England) -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- FictionGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | General fiction. DDC classification: 823.914 Subject: "Claudia Muldoon and her younger sister, Jenny, live with their parents and their gran in her house in Blodwen Street. Both parents have good jobs and the family assume they are settled for life, but then Grandpa Muldoon has a seizure and begs his son to return to Ireland and the family croft. The Muldoons leave and Gran has to take in lodgers to make ends meet, for the Depression is beginning to bite. In Ireland however, the Muldoons flourish and the girls love the freedom of their new life, though as they grow up, disadvantages become clear. Claudia has to find work, so both sisters return to Liverpool and to their old pal Danny, who still adores the beautiful Claudia and welcomes them back with delight. But both girls' lives take an unexpected turn when Danny's friend, the flamboyant and successful Rob Dingle, returns from America..." -- Publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: English Authors historical fiction
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Fiction Collection FLY 1 Checked out 22/12/2021 T00498186
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<p>Claudia Muldoon and her younger sister, Jenny, live with their parents and their gran in her house in Blodwen Street. Both parents have good jobs and the family assume they are settled for life, but then Grandpa Muldoon has a seizure and begs his son to return to Ireland and the family croft.<br> <br> The Muldoons leave and Gran has to take in lodgers to make ends meet, for the Depression is beginning to bite. In Ireland, however, the Muldoons flourish and the girls love the freedom of their new life, though as they grow up, disadvantages become clear. Claudia has to find work, so both sisters return to Liverpool and to their old pal Danny, who still adores the beautiful Claudia and welcomes them back with delight.<br> <br> But both girls' lives take an unexpected turn when Danny's friend, the flamboyant and successful Rob Dingle, returns from America...</p>

"Claudia Muldoon and her younger sister, Jenny, live with their parents and their gran in her house in Blodwen Street. Both parents have good jobs and the family assume they are settled for life, but then Grandpa Muldoon has a seizure and begs his son to return to Ireland and the family croft. The Muldoons leave and Gran has to take in lodgers to make ends meet, for the Depression is beginning to bite. In Ireland however, the Muldoons flourish and the girls love the freedom of their new life, though as they grow up, disadvantages become clear. Claudia has to find work, so both sisters return to Liverpool and to their old pal Danny, who still adores the beautiful Claudia and welcomes them back with delight. But both girls' lives take an unexpected turn when Danny's friend, the flamboyant and successful Rob Dingle, returns from America..." -- Publisher.

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