To my family with love. The two girls sat side by side on the doorstep, their knees drawn up and chins resting in their hands.
To my family with love. They both stared vacantly into space without speaking. It was midsummer in 1848, and the dank and narrow court was humid and sticky.
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Valerie Wood was born in Yorkshire, where she still lives. Her first novel, The Hungry Tide, was the first winner of the Catherine Cookson Prize for Fiction.
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2 5 Kirjailija: Valerie Wood Lukija: Kim Hicks. Saatavilla äänikirjana. Ruby and Grace had grown up in the slums of Middle Court, the poorest place in Hull. Friends since early childhood, they had supported each other in bad times and good. Both girls found themselves the object of attention from the mill owners sons, but as times grew harder, and money became ever scarcer, Grace became involved in militant campaigns against poverty and injustice, while Ruby was tempted into prostitution. Kieli: Englanti Kategoria: Romaanit Kääntäjä
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Валери ВудValerie Wood. Сообщать о новых книгах . With books like this one and programs like LightWave, it is easy to create stuff to impress your clients, "hy do I need this book? For the same reason that you need this book: To benefit from the exploration and experience of others. Other novels by Valerie Wood include: The Hungry Tide, winner of the Catherine Cookson Prize for Fiction, Annie, Children of the Tide, The Romany Girl, Emily, and Going Home. Rosa grew up an orphan in a remote, watery island fastness on the wild East coast of Yorkshire. Taken in as a small child by the motherly Mrs Drew, she realised as she grew u.00.