One Fine Day

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Penguin Books, 1986 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Reunited after years of separation during World War II, Stephen and Laura Marshall and their daughter Victoria, try to forget the hardships of the past and look to the promises of the future

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Molly Panter-Downes worked for years as a London correspondent for the New Yorker after writing one novel when she was a very young woman. It was very well received but her love was non-fiction ... Read full review

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Set in the summer of 1946, One Fine Day is a novel about the inhabitants of one town as they try to regain some semblance of normal lives after WWII. Laura Marshall is the focal point of the story ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
vii
Section 2
7
Section 3
36
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Mollie Panter-Downes (1906-97) was brought up by her mother in Sussex. She published her first novel, The Shoreless Sea, when she was seventeen, which was a bestseller. She wrote three more popular novels as well as articles, short stories, and the very popular column, Letters from London, for the New Yorker.

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