By Evans, Pamela
A heartrending saga of sisters separated by shame from much-loved author Pamela Evans.It's 1904, and close sisters Bessie and May live a happy but frugal life in the busy maritime village of Tideway in Essex. But trouble divides the family when May falls pregnant, and she is sent... away to London. Once in London, heartbroken May refuses to have an abortion and stays on in the city to bring up her child. When war is declared in 1914, Bessie's life is shattered when her husband is killed in battle in France. Yet, when photographer Digby Parsons dies suddenly and leaves Bessie a camera, she is able to use it to set up her own photography business and support herself and her son. But Digby's jealous daughter, Joan, is enraged by her late father's generosity and will do everything she can to destroy Bessie and her business...Read more
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Pamela Evans was born and brought up in Hanwell in the Borough of Ealing, London, the youngest of six children. She has two sons and five grandchilden, and now lives in Wales.
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