Lyn Andrews - KHLAIt is recorded that never once during her life did Elizabeth Tudor speak of her mother Anne Boleyn; but did she never think of her? As a little girl, Elizabeth Tudor knows she is a princess but one day is suddenly told she is now 'the Lady Elizabeth'. She witnesses from the sidelines the glittering splendour of her father's court, and the terrifying consequences of his wrath. With few she can trust, Elizabeth comes to womanhood during the reigns of her brother and sister, shrouded by a web of deceit. Her life became a testament to the ambitions demonstrated of her parents. And was Elizabeth's accession Anne Boleyn's final triumph over death? It is , and Elizabeth Tudor has just succeeded to the throne of England.
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Meanwhile at home, Charlie, while both girls have fallen for good-looking lads with prospec. Is one young woman's beautiful singing voice enough to bring the success that will free her from poverty. Little Jane Shaw and her brother Alfie know more than children should about the tougher side of life. Their families haven't long moved from a rundown part of the city to leafy Kirkby when Jean's father wins the Irish sweepstake and soon Jean's set up her own hairdressing salon.
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In Friends Forever, Lyn Andrews weaves an unforgettable saga of friendship overcoming life's hardships. Lyn Andrews' Liverpool Lou is an engrossing Merseyside saga spanning two world wars, following a young woman as she sets out to make her own way in the world, not forgetting the menagerie on the roof. Lyn Andrews' heart-warming and dramatic story of early twentieth-century Liverpool is essential reading for fans of Kate Thompson and Maureen Lee. It must have seemed like the golden age of shopping at the time with its seven storeys.
And when Lizzie gives her heart, how can she be sure she has chosen a better man than her own father. Received through GoodReads First Reads for reviewing - thank you. Author Info. I'll publish more information about them here soon.