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Sisters of gold

Sisters of gold

Murray, Annie, author

Sisters Margaret and Annie lost their mother years ago, they long for her every day. Their frightfully protective father keeps the girls close but he can't protect them forever. When a scandal rocks the family, the girls are forced to leave their home. The girls flee to Birmingham's jewellery quarter to stay with the one person they can rely on - Uncle Goldsmith. Annie takes up work at a nearby factory, where she learns to forge cutlery, and Margaret is employed as a chain maker. By day Margaret works in cramped confines, alongside a local silversmith, and soon the links between the pair begin to bond. Annie's work in the factory exposes her to great horrors but it also opens her heart to great possibility. But what are the Sisters of Gold hiding? They've escaped their past once - can it remain hidden?

Hardback, Book. English. Saga.
Published London: Macmillan, 2018
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Annie Murray
ISBN: 1509841504, 9781509841509
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 452 pages ; 24 cm
Subject: Birmingham (England) Fiction.