Millie Gray

The House on Rosebank Lane

Edinburgh, 1953. Kirsten Mowat, eighteen years old and with a joyful spring in her step, could't be more in love with her sea-faring sweetheart Duncan Armstrong.
But, seven years later — after a hasty wedding, a twist of lies and wrenching loss — Duncan and Kirsten's relationship has faded to tatters. When those closest to her turn their backs, Kirsten — alone, with a young family to care for — must gather all her spirit and strength if they are to survive.
From much-loved Millie Gray, The House on Rosebank Lane is an Edinburgh story of families entwined, of sorrow and hopefulness . . . and of a young mother's love for her children and a transforming quest for happiness.
A poignant and authentic family saga which depicts the reality of working-class life in 1950s Edinburgh, perfect for fans of Annie Murray (Sisters of Gold), Jennifer Worth (Call the Midwife) and Dilly Court (Nettie's Secret).

“A deserted mother's struggles to survive and help her children thrive no matter the cost. Millie Gray's fast-moving story, set in the Edinburgh of the 1950s and 60s, is an emotional rollercoaster, full of twists and surprises . . ."
— ANNIE MURRAY, bestselling author of Sisters of Gold
231 printed pages
Original publication

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