A Reunion at Mulberry Lane

A Reunion at Mulberry Lane

The brand NEW festive instalment in the bestselling Mulberry Lane series for 2020

Rosie Clarke


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A brand NEW festive read from Rosie Clarke's bestselling Mulberry Lane series.LONDON 1949
Peggy is once more torn two ways and can only hope that a reunion with her Mulberry Lane family and friends at Christmas can help resolve her problems.
Her eldest daughter Janet is desperately unhappy and fears her husband is having an affair, whilst her youngest daughter Fay has been talent-spotted to train as a figure skater back in London.
Peggy is faced with the dilemma of moving her family back to London to pursue her daughter’s destiny.
But will everyone be happy with this?

Praise for the Mulberry Lane series:

'When it comes to writing sagas, Rosie Clarke is up there with some of the best in the business' Bookish Jottings.

'Full of drama, romance and secrets ... A perfect example of its genre' That Thing She Reads.

'This is wonderful historical fiction that is so character-driven you'll wish these women lived on your street'

'Absolutely loved this latest instalment and revisiting the ladies of the Lane. Another great story of love and heartache'
What readers are saying about A Reunion at Mulberry Lane:
’I just adore this book series and was delighted to read this one.’

’What I loved about this book was the emotional sense of comfort, good people facing sometimes-difficult challenges and trying to do the right and kind thing with positive results.’

’Another wonderful book in this lovely series.’

’This is another definite five star read for me, I absolutely adore this author's work. This is a great read and quite possibly one of my favourites.’

’Another fantastic book in this series, just like checking in with old friends’


Rosie Clarke:

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.