Cathryn Kemp is the SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author of WE AIN'T GOT NO DRINK, PA and A FISH SUPPER AND A CHIPPY SMILE. She has written across the spectrum of the British press, and in 2002 won the Peter Wilson Award for Journalism before running her own, highly successful press agency. She is also the author of PAINKILLER ADDICT for which she won the Big Red Read Prize for non-fiction in 2013.
Aged 95, Margaret Clarke is sprightly and lives in London. Along with her daughter Eileen, she is keen to keep the memories of Liverpool alive through her storytelling.
This gritty memoir... is both an inspiration and an eye-opener. -- Pam Norfolk * LANCASHIRE EVENING POST *
This is the fascinating memoir of 95-year-old Maggie Clarke... and it's an at time heart-wrenching tale of family trauma, hardship and happiness grabbed in stolen moments. It's also an insightful chronicle of an ever-changing city. * CHOICE MAGAZINE *