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eBook Backstreet Child ePub

by Harry Bowling

  • ISBN: 0747241805
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Harry Bowling
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trafalgar Square (November 18, 1993)
  • Pages: 608
  • ePub book: 1760 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1294 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 732

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Backstreet Child HARRY BOWLING ww. eadline. Harry Bowling was born in Bermondsey, London, and left school at fourteen to supplement the family income as an office boy in a riverside provisions’ merchant.

Backstreet Child HARRY BOWLING ww. He was called up for National Service in the 1950s. Before becoming a writer, he was variously employed as a lorry driver, milkman, meat cutter, carpenter and decorator, and community worker. He lived with his wife and family, dividing his time between Lancashire and Deptford.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Clean, undamaged book with no damage to pages and minimal wear to the cover. Spine still tight, in very good condition. Salmon Lane is a quiet Bermondsey backstreet lined with modest brick houses and paved with cobbles. For Carrie Tanner it's home. She's worked hard to build her own business and has earned the grudging respect of her business rivals - even the Galloways. Remember if you are not happy, you are covered by our 100% money back guarantee.

I just bin talkin’ ter Dolly,’ she said breathlessly. We’re ’avin’ bunks put in the shelter. Well, that’s a Gawdsend,’ Maisie replied loody benches. My back’s playin’ me up somefing terrible. Maudie looked up at the grey sky. ‘I never thought I’d ever pray fer the fog,’ she said. Sleepin’ between those sheets last night was lovely. Sadie was coming along the turning and when she reached her two friends she put down her shopping bag and puffed. Those queues are gettin’ me down,’ she groaned.

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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. In the third instalment of his Tanner Trilogy, Harry Bowling brings us Backstreet Child, a warm and authentic story of Cockney life during the Second World War. Perfect for fans of Pam Evans and Nadine Dorries.

Salmon Lane is a quiet Bermondsey backstreet lined with modest brick houses and paved with cobbles. For Carrie Tanner it's home

Salmon Lane is a quiet Bermondsey backstreet lined with modest brick houses and paved with cobbles. She's worked hard to build her own business and has earned the grudging respect of her business rivals - even the Galloways, both father and son.

Harry Bowling was a much-loved author and has legions of fans - the stunning new package will also appeal to readers discovering Harry's novels for the first time

Harry Bowling was a much-loved author and has legions of fans - the stunning new package will also appeal to readers discovering Harry's novels for the first time. Page Street, a shabby, cobbled and gaslit Bermondsey backstreet is home to a diverse and close-knit community fighting an ongoing battle against poverty, hunger and the devastating effects of the Great War. George Galloway owns a cartage business; his right-hand man is William Tanner. William’s loyalty has worn thin over the years but he cannot break the ties with Galloway because times are hard and the house in which he lives.

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Salmon Lane is a quiet Bermondsey backstreet lined with modest brick houses and paved with cobbles. For Carrie Tanner it's home. She's worked hard to build her own business and has earned the grudging respect of her business rivals - even the Galloways, both father and son. Personal feuds, though, are overshadowed by the outbreak of the Second World War, which brings the terrors of the Blitz to the neighbourhood. This close-knit community is forced to draw on all their reserves of courage and humour to survive the difficulties of poverty, rationing and nightly air raids. And even as the men are called up, go missing in action or are killed, and homes are bombed, their extraordinary Cockney spirit shines through ...