When World War II is declared, Henry Granville moves his family away from the dangers of bomb-torn London. But even in the safety of Surrey, life at home remains turbulent. Eldest daughter, Rosie, lives nearby with her two children, but her marriage is far from happy, and she succumbs to regrettable temptations during her husband's absence. Juliet, on the other hand, faces the greatest tragedy a woman can experience - and without the support of the only man she ever loved. Fifteen-year-old Louise gets involved with East End refugee Jack, while Amanda and little Charlotte strive to help with food rationing by keeping stock. Only their mother, Liza, seems unable to lose her regrets at the loss of their privileged lifestyle...
Used availability for Una-Mary Parker's The Granville Affaire
July 2006 : UK Hardback
October 2005 : UK Hardback
April 2006 : UK Paperback
April 2007 : UK Audio CD
August 2006 : UK Audio Cassette