'The flesh-and-blood characters in this page-turner seem as real as the folk in your own family' SUNDAY POST Glasgow in 1945 is a gaunt, war-weary city of gueues and coupons - yet it offers a new world of opportunity to the indomitable Rory Donovan. For Victoria, the war's end heralds her husband Matthew's move to London as an MP, while her daughter Amelia's self-destructive search for love has produced a child conceived at a drunken VJ Day celebration. Then the past catches up with Rory and Victoria, and shakes them to the core. The tragedy proves to be a turning point with far-reaching consequences for those they love and cherish...
Used availability for Margaret Thomson Davis's Daughters and Mothers
July 1988 : UK Hardback
December 1994 : UK Hardback
August 1989 : UK Paperback