Mary Gibson
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Mary Gibson

Mary Gibson was born and brought up in Bermondsey, south east London. In 2009, after a thirty year career in publishing, she took the opportunity of early retirement to write a book of her own! Her début novel, Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts, was inspired by the lives and times of her grandparents in World War One Bermondsey and was a top ten Kindle best seller and selected for World Book Night 2015. Further Bermondsey novels: Jam and Roses, about three sisters living in Dockhead during the 1920s; Gunner Girls and Fighter Boys, set during World War Two; Bourbon Creams and Tattered Dreams set during the 1930s, Hattie's Home, following three women who join forces to rebuild their lives in post-war Bermondsey, and A Sister's Struggle, set during the 'hungry thirties', are all available in e book, hardback, paperback and audio. Her latest novel, The Bermondsey Bookshop is available in hardback paperback & e-book. www.marygibsonauthor.co.uk
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