Miss Carter's war / Sheila Hancock.
Publication year: 2015
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury,
ISBN: 9781408843604 (pbk.) :
Originally published: 2014.
Through deep friendships and love lost and found, from the peace marches of the fifties and the flowering of the swinging sixties, to the rise of Thatcher and the battle for gay rights, to the spectre of a new war, Sheila Hancock has created a powerful, panoramic portrait of Britain through the life of one very singular woman.
421 pages ; 20 cm
A story of the adult life of Marguerite Carter covering 50's to the 2000 covering the main events and changes of those eras. An easy to read book that shows depth of understanding of the times- and also we think, much of Sheila Hancock's own opinions and views. The characters are well drawn and believable. It caused lots of discussion about the changes that have occurred and were they beneficial or not.
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