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Paperback / ISBN-13: 9781472269683

Price: £7.99

ON SALE: 10th June 2021

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Sagas

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In her nostalgic and heart-warming saga, Sunday Times bestselling author Lyn Andrews evokes the ups and downs of life in the back streets of 1930s Liverpool

‘An outstanding storyteller’ Woman’s Weekly

Liverpool, 1935. Monica and Joan Copperfield are firm friends. Monica dreams of a better life as a hairdresser – though her parents are suspicious of such a glamorous profession. Joan has her eye on a job at Crawford’s biscuit factory, with cheap chocolate biscuits as an irresistible perk.

When Monica catches the eye of her boss’s son, she’s flattered. But could he ever be serious about a back-street girl? Meanwhile Glaswegian Jim is keen on Joan – but she’s grown up around a bad marriage, and is suspicious of romance. Yet Jim’s kindness and sense of humour are hard to resist . . .

Shocking secrets, lifelong friendships and the unbreakable spirit of a working-class community facing war are woven irresistibly together in Lyn Andrews’ evocative novel.

Readers are loving The Girls From Mersey View

‘What a delightful story’ *****

‘I loved the characters and the setting. This is a story of hope and friendship and I highly recommend‘ *****

‘What a delight this book was to read … an inspirational story’ *****

‘I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone’ *****


An outstanding storyteller
Woman’s Weekly
The Catherine Cookson of Liverpool
Northern Echo
She has a realism that is almost palpable
Liverpool Echo
Gutsy... A vivid picture of a hard-up, hard-working community...will keep the pages turning
Daily Express
'A compelling read'
Woman's Own
A vivid portrayal of life
An indisputably gifted storyteller . . . warm-hearted and poignant
Historical Novels Review
'Plenty of realism and if you enjoy wartime sagas this one will please'
Nottingham Evening Post
A page-turning and beautifully written novel
Irish World
'The portrayal of such a strong female character should serve as an inspiration'
South Wales Argus
***** 'Loved this book and would recommend it to anyone. Have read all her books'
Amazon review
***** 'Great . . . Love it'
Amazon review
***** 'Love Lyn Andrews books and this one didn't let me down'
Amazon review
***** 'I listened to this via Audible and totally loved it. A heartwarming saga set in Liverpool in the 1930's'
My favourite author . . . Have been waiting patiently for another book!'