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Summary

It is a cold December night and Sylvie Dugdale is weeping as she walks by the Mersey. She fails to notice an approaching figure, and jumping to one side to avoid collision, she finds herself struggling in the ice-cold river. 

Constable Brendan O'Hara, just coming off duty, sees the girl's plight and dives in to rescue her. He is dazzled by her beauty but discovers that Sylvie's husband is in prison, and the closeness that Brendan soon longs for is impossible. But he is able to help her escape from Liverpool, arranging for her to stay with his cousin Caitlin in Dublin. There she meets Maeve, a crippled girl from the slums who will change all their lives....

©2006 Katie Flynn (P)2006 Soundings

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The usual great story

I love Katie Flynn books the story is well written and well told these are by far the best I have bought so don't know how she does it

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lovely story 🙂

I really loved this story, it was very well read with good accents by Ann Dover as is always the case. The ending was unpredictable and I couldn't wait to finish it to find out how it ended. Thank you both for a lovely story.

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Gripping

Lovely story and narrated really well.
Wish there was a sequel to this as felt I needed to know more.

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Great story but

I loved the story but the young children were way too young to be doing half the things they did

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loved it

brilliant story and was well read felt like I was in the story good narrator

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little girl lost

Found this book very boring. I have tried to persist reading it but turn it off after 15 minutes. Story dull lacking in detail and and monotonous Pity I have had all of them. I cant return this book and dont understant why. Can you explain this decision. Not a patch on Catherine Cookson stories which I devoured. You counldnt put them down.

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Brilliant

An excellent book with lots of twists and turns, brilliantly read, witch brought the story to life, really enjoyed it

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Runner s seldom meet agin

But I have a wish for love some one hands and sure it man infurcher