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The Silversmith's Daughter

Narrated by: Clare Corbett
Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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Summary

1915. Margaret and Philip Tallis are happily married, have a thriving business and three children, Daisy, John and Lily. 

At 20, Daisy is an impassioned, headstrong girl, determined to follow her parents’ footsteps in Birmingham’s jewellery trade. While studying at the college for silversmiths she meets an old rival of her father’s. James Carson is married, but Daisy finds herself dangerously drawn to him.... 

As war tightens its grip on the country, the Jewellery Quarter is thrown into anguish as the men are forced to decide who will enlist. In the turmoil, will Margaret be able to hold her business and her family together? 

The Silversmith’s Daughter is the emotional sequel to the Sunday Times best seller Sisters of Gold by Annie Murray.

©2019 Annie Murray (P)2019 Macmillan Digital Audio

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Annie Murray at her best

Having listened to the book before this, I was looking forward to re aquating myself with the charecters. I was not disappointed. This book carries on the story and brings us to follow then into the war (world war one). Murray's writing brings to life the tragedy of war and how deeply it can effect a family.

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fantastic

another brilliant book from Annie Murray. gripping from the beginning to the end sad and happy x