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Inhaltsangabe: London, 1963. Angela Patrick was 19 years old and pregnant. Being under 21, she was still under the governance of her parents, strict Catholics who sent her to an imposing-looking convent for unmarried mothers. At eight weeks, her son was taken away from her and put up for adoption. 30 years later, he contacted her and a reunion was arranged.
About the Author: Angela Patrick was born and raised in Essex and has remained in the south east of England all her life. After her marriage she moved to Kent where she now lives working part time for a local council. Lynne Barrett-Lee is a successful novelist and ghostwriter with several Sunday Times bestselling titles to her name, including the Julie Shaw series of gritty Bradford-based dramas, and the global bestseller The Girl With No Name, which has been translated into 26 languages. Her recent bestseller, Able Seacat Simonhas recently been adapted for children. When not busy writing books, Lynne runs a novel writing course at Cardiff University, and pens a weekly column for The Western Mail. To find out more about Lynne and her books, visit www.lynnebarrett-lee.com.
Buchbeschreibung SIMON & SCHUSTER Mrz 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. Neuware - A shocking but ultimately uplifting story of a young woman who was sent to a 'baby laundry' for unmarried mothers in 1960s London Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781849834902