Forgive and Forget: A moving saga of the sorrows and fortunes of war

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Headline, Apr 26, 2012 - Fiction - 266 pages
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A young woman finds strength in friendship and hope during the dark days of war.

In Forgive and Forget, Dee Williams writes an evocative portrayal of life during, and after, the war for those left behind. Perfect for fans of Pam Evans and Nadine Dorries.

As World War Two enters its final year, Ruth Bentley feels life has dealt her more than her fair share of blows. She's lost her home in a bomb attack, and with her husband in the army, her daughters evacuated to Wales, and her mother killed and father injured in the attack, Ruth is left to face the devastation alone.

But she finds comfort in the camaraderie of the Civil Defence office where she works and in her friendship with Lucy, a clippie on the buses. Lucy's husband is at sea, and the two women dream of the day when they'll be reunited with their loved ones. But as victory approaches, Ruth finds that the legacy of war is more powerful than even she had imagined...

What readers are saying about Forgive and Forget:

'Dee makes you feel as if you're living in her books. They're so good - can't put them down'

'Very gripping'

'Five stars'

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About the author (2012)

Dee Williams was born and bred in Rotherhithe. After living abroad for some years, Dee is now settled in Hampshire.

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