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    Where the Bridge Lies

    £9.99
    An exciting historical fiction with two planes: 1940s during the Clydebank Blitz, and 1980s when a guy returns for answers.
    ISBN: 9781901514667
    AuthorFrank Woods
    Pub Date01/12/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Availability: In Stock

    1941. The Clydebank Blitz robs Nessa Glover of her husband and five children. Struggling with her new reality she becomes a shipyard welder, and finds herself drawn into trade union activism. One day she visits Harmony, a commune built on notions of equality and unity, led by the charismatic Fergus Abercrombie. But not everything is quite as it seems at Harmony.

    1980. Keir Connor is a traumatised war correspondent. When his father dies, he is left with a letter - a letter that takes him to Clydebank in search of answers. His journey leads him on to Harmony, now Laggandarroch, a residential school for disadvantaged children, as he tries to unlock the past. One thing is sure: Harmony is key.

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    1941. The Clydebank Blitz robs Nessa Glover of her husband and five children. Struggling with her new reality she becomes a shipyard welder, and finds herself drawn into trade union activism. One day she visits Harmony, a commune built on notions of equality and unity, led by the charismatic Fergus Abercrombie. But not everything is quite as it seems at Harmony.

    1980. Keir Connor is a traumatised war correspondent. When his father dies, he is left with a letter - a letter that takes him to Clydebank in search of answers. His journey leads him on to Harmony, now Laggandarroch, a residential school for disadvantaged children, as he tries to unlock the past. One thing is sure: Harmony is key.