The Other Side of the Track

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This nostalgicLondon sagafromwell-loved Victor Pemberton brings together a wounded soldier and a young nurse It's the second year of the Great War and eighteen-year-old Rosie Little is working at Charing Cross Station, helping the injured troops returning from the Front. The tired soldiers arriving on the platform adore Rosie's kind, welcoming face as she serves them cups of tea, and they inevitably nickname her 'Rosie Lee'. Private Joe Upton is one such weary soldier and is instantly captivated by the lovely Rosie. The ...

The Other Side of the Track 2006, Headline Book Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9780755323852

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The Other Side of the Track 2006, Headline Book Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9780755323869

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The Other Side of the Track 2006, Magna Large Print Books, Long Preston

ISBN-13: 9780750526142

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