Well Meet Again

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  • 295 pages
  • Well Meet Again
  • Mary Nichols
  • English
  • 24 August 2017

About the Author: Mary Nichols

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Well Meet Again 1940 London is facing the full wrath of the Blitz Sheila Phipps is left orphaned when a devastating air raid claims her whole family and her home Evacuated to Bletchley to live with her aunt Constance, Sheila forms an unlikely friendship with Prudence Le Strange, the daughter of an earl, working in the code breaking unit at Bletchley Park While their friendship grows, the war subjects them to fresh tragedies as, one by one, those they love are called away to distant battlefields, only to join the growing ranks of the missing, the captured and the dead The two friends find their lives increasingly complicated, not only by wartime secrets they are obliged to keep, even from their loved ones, but by those the conflict begins to dredge up from the past Free Read Well Meet Again [ by ] Mary Nichols [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – lovelylingeriecompany.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Well Meet Again

  1. Kristin Davison says:

    Booktubeathon book 5This novel gives a clear view on how hard war was on people, especially those on the home front It looks at the ideas about glorifying war and those of censorship It has a good focus on and insight into both Bletchley park and bomber command, both played very vital parts in the war Both where not acknowledged for the work they did until many years later, Bletchley due to the secrecy of the work and bomber command because people didn t want to own up to what bomber command Booktubeathon book 5This novel gives a clear view on ho...

  2. Julie says:

    A stunning World War 2 saga from a master storyteller, We ll Meet Again is a mesmerizing tale of courage, second chances and redemption from Mary Nichols exquisitely talented pen.The bottom falls out of Sheila Phipps world when a bomb attack wipes out her entire family Having lost everyone and everything she held dear to her heart in one fell swoop, Sheila is frightened, vulnerable and alone Sent to live with her Aunt Constance in rural Bletchley, Sheila s future looks bleak Her social clim A stunning World War 2 saga from a master storyteller, We ll Meet Again is a mesmerizing tale of courage, second chances and redemption from Mary Nichols exquisitely talented pen.The bottom falls out of Sheila Phipps world when a bomb attack wipes out her entire family Having lost everyone and everything she held dear to her heart in one fell swoop, Sheila is frightened, vulnerable and alone Sent to live with her Aunt Constance in rural Bletchley, Sheila s future looks bleak Her social climbing aunt loses no time in chipping away at Sheila s self confidence with her snide remarks and...

  3. Anne Harvey says:

    When Sheila Phipps loses her loving family in the Blitz, she is forced to go and live with a disapproving aunt in Bletchley, Buckinghamshire Also lodging there is Lady Prudence Le Strange and the two become fast friends despite the difference in their social backgrounds Prue is involved in some secretive work at Bletchley Park and manages to get Sheila a job as a post girl messenger When Sheila s childhood friend, Chris, is lost at sea while on an Arctic convoy, Prue is there to help her cope When Sheila Phipps loses her loving family in the Blitz, she is forced ...

  4. Catherine Richmond says:

    Many thanks to my friend Mary Nichols, whose namesake wrote this book, and who loaned it to me.Watching the movie The Imitation Game sparked my interest in Bletchley Park Sheila takes a job there after her family is killed by an air raid and she has to live with her nearest relative Aunt Constance is hosting another worker at the code breaking facility, Lady Prudence LeStrange how s that for a name.The story of these young women, their families, and their sweethearts is woven together aga Many thanks to my friend Mary Nichols, whose namesake wrote this book, and who loaned it to me.Watching the movie The Imitation Game sparked my interest in Bletchley Park Sheila takes a job there after h...

  5. Sarah says:

    Don t be put off by the title, which led me to believe it might be a sentimental slog of a wartime saga But having read and enjoyed Mary Nichols other novels, I gave it a go and was happy to find it s ...

  6. Heather says:

    Good book Romance not too much and war also not too much certainly made me feel like I was there for the happenings.