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Let bestselling author Lindsey Hutchinson transport you back in time to Marshall's Children's Home, for this heart-warming and unforgettable tale from the Black Country.The Fitch children are finally safe, after they and their friends were rescued from the grim orphanage Reed House by Minnie and Billy Marshall. Their children's home Marshall's is full of love and laughter, and a world away from their terrible ordeal of being sold to Una Reed for five shillings.There are many more children who still need a home, especially in a world where the workhouse is the last option for desperate families, and so Minnie makes it her mission to build Marshall's into a refuge for all the waifs and strays.But kind hearts can be taken advantage of, and before long, Marshall's in under attack. Can Minnie and Billy keep their family together and keep all the children safe, or will they be torn apart againThe Queen of the Black Country sagas is back with a heart-warming, unputdownable and unforgettable tale of triumph against the odds. Perfect for fans of Val Wood and Lyn Andrews.Praise for Lindsey Hutchinson:'A great story with a great mix of characters, well written and keeps you hooked with each page turn!' Sarah Davies, NetGalley.'A wonderful read ... The author writes so well, it's a really hard novel to put down!' Grace Smith, NetGalley.'Make sure to read this book where you won't be disturbed because once it gets going, you won't want to put it down' Andrea Ruiz, NetGalley.'A very poignant, feel-good-factor novel' Shelia Easson, NetGalley.'Excellent story!' Stephanie Collins, NetGalley.'The story will linger in your mind long after you finish it!' The Avid Reader
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