The Dover Cafe On the Front Line
- Author Ginny Bell
- Narrator Bea Holland
- Publisher Bonnier Publishing Fiction
- Run Time 13 hours and 44 minutes
- Format Audio
- Genre Ancient Sagas and epics, Family life fiction, Generational sagas, Historical fiction, Historical romance, Local and family history, nostalgia, Nostalgia: general, Nursing, Second World War fiction.
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What to expect
The second book in an emotional and heartwarming WWII Series. For fans of Ellie Dean and Annie Groves.
With the Battle of Britain raging overhead and German guns firing across the Channel, the people of Dover suddenly find themselves on the front line. But despite the danger, Nellie Castle is determined to keep the café open, no matter what.
For Nellie’s daughter, Lily, it is an exciting time as she starts her nursing career. The work is demanding, but with romance on the horizon, she still finds time to enjoy herself. That is until a prisoner escapes from the hospital and everything she holds dear – including her freedom – is put at risk.
Meanwhile there are strange goings-on at the café: rumours are circulating and long-buried secrets are surfacing. Secrets that could tear the Castle family apart once and for all . . .
‘Brilliantly written and researched . . . I loved it.’ Rosie Goodwin on The Dover Cafe at War
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