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by Josephine Cox

  • ISBN: 0747240779
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Josephine Cox
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Headline Book Publishing (November 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 374
  • ePub book: 1980 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1620 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 507

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Her Father's Sins by Josephine Cox, the Sunday Times bestselling author of Lonely Girl and Whistledown Woman, is a classic that will appeal to fans of Catherine Cookson and Lyn Andrews alike.

Her Father's Sins by Josephine Cox, the Sunday Times bestselling author of Lonely Girl and Whistledown Woman, is a classic that will appeal to fans of Catherine Cookson and Lyn Andrews alike. Cox's talent as a storyteller never lets you escape' - Daily Mail. Queenie seemed born to suffer. Her mam died giving birth to her, her drunken father George Kenney ignored her unless he was cursing her, and only beloved Auntie Biddy provided an anchor for the little girl

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Queenie seemed born to suffer

Queenie seemed born to suffer  .

Josephine Cox brings us the first instalment of Queenie's story in Her Father's Sins, the unforgettable saga of. .

Josephine Cox brings us the first instalment of Queenie's story in Her Father's Sins, the unforgettable saga of a young woman's refusal to settle for second best. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Sheila Newberry. Her mam died giving birth to her, her drunken father George Kenney ignored her unless he was cursing her, and only beloved Auntie Biddy provided an anchor for the little girl. What readers are saying about Her Father's Sins: 'A well written book and one that I found I couldn't put down until I had read it from cover to cover in one go!' 'This is an excellent story with the various strands all marvellously coming together at the end'.

Josephine Cox (born 1943 or 1944), also known as Jo Cox, is an English author. Her books are frequently best sellers and the UK Public Lending Rights figures often list her in the top three borrowed authors. Born in a cotton mill house in Blackburn, Cox was one of ten children. At the age of sixteen, she met and married her husband Ken, and had two sons.

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Josephine Cox. It has been more than twenty years since Vicky Maitland last set foot on English soil. Two decades ago she left the city of Liverpool with her three children-;leaving behind the husband she dearly loved, who had cruelly and inexplicably turned against them all-;to begin a new life in America.

Josephine Cox - the complete book list. Don’t miss the new book from Sunday Times bestselling author, Josephine Cox!The pretty Arnold sisters have grown up on their father’s farm and yearn for something more out of life than drudgery and toil. Ellen, loyal and honest, is her father’s.

Then there was her fathe. er own flesh and blood. Your father tried to warn you, and now I’m begging yo. on’t go with her. She’ll take you down the road to ruin. Stay here with m. lease. If Joseph had been any kind of a man, he would have given Donny a bloody good hiding. You let him desert me, Dad, and I’ll never forgive you for that.

Queenie seemed born to suffer. Her mom died giving birth to her, her drunken father George Kenney ignored her unless he was cursing her, and only beloved Auntie Biddy provided an anchor for the little girl. After Auntie Biddy's death, there was only Queenie to care for the home and to earn money, and no one to protect her from the father, who blamed his daughter for her mother's death. But Queenie was resilient. Love, in the shape of Rick Marsden, might have released her from the burden of the drink-sodden George. But the sins of the fathers would not be easily forgotten.

Comments

Hulbine Hulbine
Very light and predictable . Well written there is a time and place for this book , when you don't want to concentrate.
Kata Kata
This story captivated me and the ending was such a twist from what I was expecting.
A remarkable determined woman going through life.
Another wonderful read. Thank you Josephine.
Narder Narder
Just to offer feedback, this is my aunt and the story is a very close life diary of the life of my grandma and how she overcame extreme poverty in my old hometown of Blackburn, England.. Even growing up in northern England myself, Blackburn is a tough old town still today. This book is a peice of history, and I am so proud that my aunt has spent so many years of her life encapsulating our family heritage. Most probably more fact than fiction...Enjoy