Trouble in the Valleys -

Trouble in the Valleys

A compelling wartime saga that will warm your heart



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Can Polly finally escape her haunting past? Spring 1919: WW1 might be over, but the inhabitants of Dorcalon in the Welsh Valleys still feel the pain of the war that took so many of their men. Polly Smith is trying to survive her own battle at home. After her abusive husband, Gus, was finally jailed, Polly has been raising her two-year-old son, Herby alone. But being a single mother isn't easy, and Polly finds it harder still as Gus's criminal activities leave her with a bad reputation. Lonely and struggling for money, Polly retreats as she becomes the subject of cruel gossip. A job offer throws her a lifeline, and as she grows closer to soldier, Henry Austin, it seems that Polly might finally be changing her life - until dark secrets from her past emerge, threatening her new happiness. Can Polly clear her name? Or will the mistakes of the past ruin her future? A captivating, romantic wartime saga that fans of Rosie Clarke and Jean Fullerton will love. Readers are loving Trouble in the Valleys: 'this is such a warm-hearted book... I would ask all readers to read this book. I loved it' Reader Review 'Lovely and romantic... This was such an emotional book. Fully recommend it for everyone.' Reader Review 'Another great book in the valley series. Good prevails and we can wait for the next book to continue our look into their lives after the war.' Reader Review 'The 4th book in a wonderful series, and in my opinion the best one, full of suspense, twists and surprises. A massive 5 stars are given for this book.' Reader Review 'Community and acceptance. Lovely twists at the end. Loved it.' Reader Review 'Some sad parts, some romantic parts, a small town you will fall in love with. I enjoyed reading this story and I would recommend it.' Reader Review 'Realistic, well researched, and a portrait of the petty gossip, criminal undertones and friendship and resilience of a small Welsh community.' Reader Review

Product code: 9781800329959

ISBN 9781800329959
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H198xW129xS22
Series Wartime in the Valleys
No. Of Pages 368
Publisher Canelo