Tall Poppies

Author: Louise Bagshawe

Nina Roth and Elizabeth Savage come from different sides of the world – from utterly different sides of the social track. But under the skin they are the same: desperate to escape from a past which dragged them down, determined to make an extra mark on the world in spite of appalling personal tragedies. Drawn together by coincidence, held together by recognition, they are….Read More

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