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Moving on

Moving on

Gray, Millie, author; Mackie, Lesley

May 1945. In post-war Leith, the Anderson family must come to terms with the reality of peacetime Britain. Johnny's hopes of a life in politics finally come true, but will his vows to remain a dutiful husband and father be kept? Peacetime is not easy for Johnny's Polish brother-in-law Hans, either. Meanwhile nurse Kitty - Johnny's daughter from his first marriage - gets caught up in a sensational trial when her friend Laura's brother is accused of murder. Kitty is fascinated by the seemingly cold but eloquent prosecuting counsel - and he is bewitched by her. When they meet again four years later, will his behaviour be a barrier to a future relationship?

CD, CD, Audiobook. English. Domestic fiction. Audiobooks.
Published Long Preston: Magna, 2017
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Statement of responsibility: Millie Gray ; read by Lesley Mackie
ISBN: 1785024744, 9781785024740
Intended audience: Adult.
Note: Complete and unabridged.
Note: Story Sound CD.
Performers: Read by Lesley Mackie.
Physical Description: 7 sound discs (CD) (ca. 7 hr. 30 min.) : digital ; 12 cm.
Publisher Number: 1000
Series: Anderson
Subject: Friendship Fiction.; Families Fiction.; Great Britain Social life and customs 20th century Fiction.

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May 1945. In post-war Leith, the Anderson family must come to terms with the reality of peacetime Britain. Johnny's hopes of a life in politics finally come true, but will his vows to remain a dutiful husband and father be kept? Peacetime is not easy for Johnny's Polish brother-in-law Hans, either. Meanwhile nurse Kitty - Johnny's daughter from his first marriage - gets caught up in a sensational trial when her friend Laura's brother is accused of murder. Kitty is fascinated by the seemingly cold but eloquent prosecuting counsel - and he is bewitched by her. When they meet again four years later, will his behaviour be a barrier to a future relationship?