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Down Stepney Way

Down Stepney Way

In the turbulent East End of London in the thirties, Jessie Warner is growing up . . .

Blackshirts are marching through the streets of Stepney and the Jewish community is under threat of violence. In the midst of this, Jessie discovers a family secret and turns to her mother for answers, but Rose is reluctant to reveal the past – for there is something that Jessie must never know.

In Bethnal Green, Hannah Blake is being forced by her cold-hearted mother to join the Blackshirts, despite her deep misgivings. Next-door neighbour Emmie knows of the darkness surrounding Hannah’s wretched past, but is bound by a vow of silence not to reveal it. And meanwhile, Emmie’s son Tom, chipper and handsome, has just fallen for a blonde girl he wants to bring home to meet Emmie and Hannah. Her name is Jessie Warner…

A romantic saga full of life and set against a dramatic backdrop, from the author of At the Mile End Gate and Over Bethnal Green.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Sagas

On Sale: 4th May 2017

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9781473659520

Reviews

Unbridled passions run riot
Daily Mail
Sizzles with passion
Guardian on WILD HOPS
She brings the East End to life
Barbara Windsor
A rich, vivid, three-dimensional, gutsy and sexy narrative which has you turning the pages into the early hours
Eastern Daily Press on WILD HOPS