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From autumn 1941 to the first months of 1942, the war continued to affect the lives of the Adams and Somers families.

It was not so much the war, however, as a succession of tragic domestic events that brought a sad and lonely little girl called Phoebe into the care of Susie and Sammy Adams, reminding them of the entry of Rosie as a child into the lives of Boots and Emily. Much needed to be done to cure little Phoebe of her sadness, and it proved a difficult time for Susie and Sammy.

Further shadows fell when news came that Tim was a prisoner of war, and that Japan had attacked the American fleet in Pearl Harbour and British bases in the Far East.

But Boots' French-born daughter, Eloise, had her dearest wish come true when she married Colonel Lucas of the Commandos in Alexandria.

©2011 Mary Jane Staples (P)2021 Audible, Ltd

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Sammy Adams is a hero

heatt warming story from the pen of Mary Jane Staples. My family come from the Walworth described in the story, I spent many happt days there. The author conjures up a story with such warmrh, she transports you to that time and place so well.