Sheila Riley

The Mersey Girls

The latest instalment in Sheila Riley's brilliant Reckoner's Row series
Liverpool 1950
When Evie Kilgaren takes over the running of the back office at Skinner and Son's haulage yard, she has no idea she is walking into a hive of blackmail, secrets and lies.
Her fellow co-worker and childhood nemesis, Susie Blackthorn, is outraged at being demoted and is hell-bent on securing the affections of local heartthrob Danny Harris.
Grace Harris, a singer on the prestigious D’Angelo transatlantic ocean liners, is returning home engaged to be married. But Grace is harbouring her own shocking secrets and something valuable her fiancé very desperately wants back.
As we return to the lives and loves of those who live and work in the Mersey Docklands, not everything is as it seems and love and luck are rarely on the same side.
Praise for Sheila Riley's Reckoners Row Series
'A thoroughly enjoyable, powerful novel' Lyn Andrews 'An enchanting, warm and deeply touching story' Cathy Sharp
What readers are saying about The Mersey Girls:
’I totally loved everything about this book’
’It's gripping and engrossing, full of twists and turns.’
’The Mersey Girls by Sheila Riley is a perfectly written story which I read in a day.’
’This is definitely a five star read’
’This is such a feel good book’
’Family saga at its best’
’With never a dull moment, this mixes everything together to make a really interesting, period perfect, read’
310 printed pages
Original publication



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