In 1940s London, each cobbled street is strewn with ghosts of soldiers past. And for the women, their battles are on the home front. Flossy is embraced by the colourful mix of characters working at Trout's, who have turned their sewing expertise to war work. Dolly Doolaney, darling of the East End, helps Flossy settle into wartime life. All of the sewing bees play their part in defending the frontline but as the Blitz hits London, can Dolly manage to contain the secret that binds them all?
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"Secrets of the Sewing Bee tells the story of the defiant and courageous women on the home front, from the author of Secrets of the Singer Girls.
“A poignant and moving story of the friendship of women during wartime Britain.” VAL WOOD in Secrets of the Singer Girls
“Marvellous, full of gutsy characters I immediately empathised with.” MARGARET PEMBERTON on Secrets of the Singer Girls"
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