A Christmas Miracle for the Railway Girls Paperback by Maisie Thomas

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A Christmas Miracle for the Railway Girls Paperback by Maisie Thomas

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  • Publisher: Penguin UK (2022-12-27)
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • ISBN-13: 9781529158267
  • Item Weight: 277.83 grams
  • Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.04 x 1.0 cm

'Heartwarming historical fiction ... The perfect stocking filler for fans of Nancy Revell, Daisy Styles and Margaret Dickinson' Eastern Daily Press

The sixth heartwarming, feel-good instalment in the much-loved Railway Girls series!

Manchester, 1942. There are surprises in store for the railway girls this festive season...

When Cordelia's daughter Emily falls for a young chap who doesn't meet the approval of her father, Cordelia is reminded of her own first love - a love that she has never forgotten.

Mabel is determined to get to the bottom of a spate of local burglaries. Her heart is in the right place as she sets out on a quest to clear her friend's name, but there will be unforeseen consequences.

It's nothing short of a miracle when Colette returns to Manchester. But it's not going to be easy for her to keep living the life she once knew, and an impossible situation lies ahead.

There will be more than one storm for the railway girls to weather but with the friendship and support of one another, there's hope that all will be well by Christmas...

Readers LOVE the Railway Girls:

'Make yourself a cuppa and find a comfy spot on the sofa because you are not going to be able to put this down'

'I simply cannot wait for the next one - I am hooked!'

'Gives a vivid picture of women's lives in wartime Manchester'

'Dramatic, intriguing and sprinkled with plenty of wit and heart'

'It's just like catching up with old friends'

About the Author

Maisie Thomas was born and brought up in Manchester, which provides the location for her Railway Girls novels. She loves writing stories with strong female characters, set in times when women needed determination and vision to make their mark. The Railway Girls series is inspired by her great-aunt Jessie, who worked as a railway clerk during the First World War.

Maisie now lives on the beautiful North Wales coast with her railway enthusiast husband, Kevin, and their two rescue cats. They often enjoy holidays chugging up and down the UK's heritage steam railways.

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