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At just nine-years-old, Briar Walker is forced out onto the cold London streets to hunt through piles of dirt and ash for things her drunken father can sell in exchange for a bottle of whiskey. Longing for the day when she can escape his wrath, Briar secretly hides away a few treasures of her own. 

Then, one day, Briar is cornered by the terrible Jones twins and forced to run for her life. Pulled to safety by the charming and handsome Jack Harris, Briar finds herself at the mercy of The Family; one of the most notorious pickpocket gangs in the whole of London. To her surprise, she’s offered a place with The Family, and a place with Jack, until tragic events tear them apart and threaten Briar’s entire future....

©2019 Eliza Lawley (P)2020 Eliza Lawley

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An Excellent Story

I really enjoyed listening to this story. A very well written Victorian tail veery well read. Lots of emotion put in to the performance, I could picture every minute in my head. Can’t wait for the next book to be released. Highly recommended.