Christmas with the Bobby Girls
by Johanna Bell
In the midst of war, can they find a reason to celebrate? 1915. Patrolling is the last thing on the minds of Women’s Police Service recruits Annie, Maggie and Poppy right now, because Annie and her fiancé Richard are about to get married. She’s been waiting for this day her whole life, but when it finally comes it brings only heartache and Annie doesn’t know if she can go on.
The influx of soldiers to the capital means that the WPS’s work is more important than ever, though, and Annie’s country needs her. She and the girls are posted to the bustling heart of the city and she hopes the new job will distract her from her sorrow.
It certainly does that. Soon the biggest bombing raid of the war causes chaos on their patch. On top of that, Annie suspects that a group of men are forcing European refugees into prostitution and resolves to stop them by Christmas. But by the time she realises just how high up the scandal goes, she might be in too deep to get out . . .
The Bobby Girls Series is perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Daisy Styles and Call the Midwife Readers are loving CHRISTMAS WITH THE BOBBY GIRLS! ‘I love love love this book. Johanna Bell, your writing is out of this world and I can’t wait to read the next in the series.’ – 5 STARS
‘This series just gets better and better. The only good thing about getting to the end was the knowledge that there is another one to come.’ – 5 STARS
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‘I have loved reading these books about the girls in blue. Johanna Bell knows how to draw you in and how to keep you reading.’ – 5 STARS
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‘Another delightful catch up with the Bobby Girls, a wonderful addition to the series.’ – 5 STARS
‘A perfect Christmas read‘ – 5 STARS
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