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Publisher's Summary

A Winter Love Song is a heartwarming and moving story of survival and love from best-selling author Rita Bradshaw.
Bonnie Lindsay is born into a travelling fair community in the northeast in 1918, and when her mother dies just months later Bonnie's beloved father becomes everything to her. Then, at the tender age of 10 years old, disaster strikes. Heartbroken, Bonnie's left at the mercy of her embittered grandmother and her lecherous step-grandfather.
Five years later the events of one terrible night cause Bonnie to flee to London, where she starts to earn her living as a singer. She changes her name and cuts all links with the past.
Time passes. Bonnie falls in love, but just when she dares to hope for a rosy future, World War II is declared. She does her bit for the war effort, singing for the troops and travelling to Burma to boost morale, but heartache and pain are just around the corner, and she begins to ask herself if she will ever find happiness again.
©2017 Rita Bradshaw (P)2017 Macmillan Digital Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By simplyswing on 03-26-18

Wonderful

Such an enjoyable book. From good times through the sad times i found i couldn't miss a page. The narration was equally good. Congratulations to all involved.

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