Tenement Girl
by Anne Douglas

As the Depression bites, a young woman dreams of ‘Getting Away’, but will find drama and heartache on her own doorstep.

1935, Edinburgh. Beautiful Lindsay ‘Lindy’ Gillian is determined to look on the bright side in spite of the Depression: she has a job working for her stepmother at Murchie’s Provisions, and her family reside in one of the nicer flats in a nearby tenement block.

But when Roderick Connor strolls into the shop one day, Lindy has to make a choice that will turn her world upside down, while a new arrival, surprise opportunities and war clouds from Spain on the horizon all have unexpected repercussions . . .


“Fans of her previous novels will enjoy a similar sweet sense of romance that transports readers to another time.”


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Tenement Girl by Anne Douglas is available in the following formats

Paperback978184751469129th May 2015138 X 216mm224£13.99
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