Welsh Wednesdays: Book review, Pattern of Shadows, Judith Barrow, Wartime England, romance, abuse, prejudice, D.G. Kaye


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Ahead of the #TenbyBookFair on September 24th I’d like to share this review blog post by D.G. Kaye, praising the work of fair organiser Judith Barrow

Source: Book review, Pattern of Shadows, Judith Barrow, Wartime England, romance, abuse, prejudice, D.G. Kaye

Sunday book review for Judith Barrow’s compelling story, Pattern of Shadows.
Reblogged from D.G.Kaye

The Blurb:

In March 1944, the war is taking its toll on 22-year-old nursing sister Mary Howarth – rows are tearing her family apart, air raids are hitting nearby Manchester and the darkness of the blackout is smothering her. Her younger sister Ellen says she should be having a good time while she can, but her job at a prison camp for the housing and treatment of German POWs, rewarding as it is, leaves little time for pleasure. And there is the added worry of her much-loved brother Tom who is suffering the indignity of imprisonment at…

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