A New Dawn Over Mulberry Lane by Rosie Clarke is a marvellous historical novel set in 1958. It is the eighth book in the Mulberry Lane series but can be read as a stand-alone. This was my first trip to Mulberry Lane and I loved it. The background to all the characters was given.
There are two main families, and as with all families at that time, they had both been touched by losses in World War II.
The off-spring are beginning to find their feet as we witness the hopes and dreams of the young adults.
There are hearts that are philanthropic as they want to make a difference. Position and wealth are not their motivating factors, the need that they identify is. Kind hearts see the poor and the marginalised, treating them with kindness and compassion, without thought of personal safety.
Family businesses are being passed down to the next generation who have plans to modernise.
We witness medical professionals who are on the dawn of a new era of medical advances.
There is the sense of community which characters have developed over the years as people look out for each other.
I very much enjoyed my trip to Mulberry Lane and am looking forward to subsequent visits.
I received a free copy from Rachel’s Random Resources via Net Galley. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.
A New Dawn Over Mulberry Lane
Life has moved on since the war and the youngsters of Mulberry Lane are growing up fast.
Peggy’s Ronaski’s family is struggling with growing pains but she is always there, strong, reliable and ready to help whenever a crisis hits.
Meanwhile, Maureen Hart has family problems of her own to contend with.
Together they will work hard to conquer all of what life has to throw at them…
Join Peggy and Maureen as their siblings embark on life’s new adventures and try to forge a partnerships for success.
What does the future hold for the families and friends of Mulberry Lane?
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Rosie Clarke is a #1 bestselling saga writer whose most recent books include The Shop Girls of Harpers and The Mulberry Lane series. She has written over 100 novels under different pseudonyms and is a RNA Award winner. She lives in Cambridgeshire.
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