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Last Tram to Lime Street

A moving saga of love and friendship from the streets of Liverpool (Molly and Nellie series, Book 2)

Last Tram to Lime Street by Joan Jonker
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When a dubious family move onto their street, the consequences are greater than either Molly or Nellie could have ever imagined...

Joan Jonker brings us another instalment of her hugely popular Molly and Nellie series in Last Tram to Lime Street, as the two friends get up to more mischief in their beloved Liverpool. Perfect for fans of Lindsey Hutchinson and Katie Flynn.

Molly Bennett and Nellie McDonough are as close as can be. They sort out all the neighbours' problems, care for seven children between them, and still have time for a giggle and a gossip. So imagine the excitement when Nellie's son, Steve, proposes to Molly's daughter, Jill. But it's not long before unsettling events turn their attention again to friends in need. The Bradley family, who have moved in up the street, are a bad lot, and Molly and Nellie find their hands full with sorting out the troubles that ensue. Meanwhile, Molly's teenage daughter, Doreen, has fallen head over heels in love with a young lad named Philip. She hasn't been with anyone quite like him before, and she's in for a terrible shock when she finds out whose family he comes from...

What readers are saying about Last Tram to Lime Street:

'I have followed the fortunes of Molly and Nellie through all of Joan's books, but this one is my favourite by far. As with all her books the characters are so vivid and easily identifiable, reading it takes me into their lives, watching as their dramas unfold'

'Could not put this book down ...The best read I've had for a long time'

Headline; February 2012
ISBN 9780755391967
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Title: Last Tram to Lime Street
Author: Joan Jonker
 
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9780755391967