Yorkshire 1944: All they want this year is a truly happy Christmas…
The end of the war feels tantalisingly close, but Air Transport Auxiliary girls Bobbie, Viv and Mary have plenty more flights in their beloved Spitfires yet – battling everything from snow to enemy fire on their journeys.
Risking their lives doing their bit for their country, this Christmas they’re determined to have some festive fun. But as they set about bringing good tidings for all, a stern and mysterious new flyer in the form of Peggy arrives. What secret is Peggy hiding?
Mary has a wedding to plan before her fiancé is sent away, then makes a devastating discovery so shameful she can’t tell the other girls. Bobbie’s beau issues an ultimatum, and Viv is wondering whether she wants a man at all…
With the big day around the corner and hope of peace on the horizon, can the girls find joy and love this Christmas after so many years of war?
A heart-warming story of friendship, camaraderie and triumph over adversity that fans of Elaine Everest and Nancy Revell will adore.
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'A delight to read'
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'Lovely historical drama'
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Vibrant and heart-warming, Jenny Holmes makes Chapel Street come alive.
Gritty and uplifting, it's a tale of triumph over adversity