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V. J. Ulliott

A semi-biographical novel. Starting with the worst night of the Coventry Blitz, 14 November 1940, baby Shirley lay on the floor under the stairs with her terrified family. Three year old Roy watched, clinging to his family in a frosty field six miles away. The story follows their lives as they face tragedy and austerity with inspirational courage and humour. Their hilarious misadventures include: Swimming in canals; riding bareback; befriending gypsies and boat people; cycle rallies on the bomb sites; singing with POWs; rabbiting and boxing. Culminating in a beautiful love story.
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