A compelling story of a family torn apart by heartbreak and sorrow during the Second World War.
Glenice Crossland lives in Sheffield. She has loved writing from an early age, only taking it seriously after early retirement from her job in a leisure centre. She has read one of her poems on BBC2, had several read on Radio Sheffield and more published in various anthologies. She is well known locally for her watercolours of churches and local traditions. Married with one son and grandchildren, she still lives a few hundred yards from the house in which she was born. She is also the author of The Stanford Lasses, Christmas Past and The Ever Open Door.
"Fans of this genre will quickly warm to the three Yorkshire girls and enjoy sharing their trials and tribulations." --Peterborough Evening Telegraph