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A Family's Duty

Maggie Bennett

288 pages
Allison & Busby Ltd

1938. Britain and Germany are on the brink of war, and the tension and fear is felt throughout Europe. In the small Hampshire Village of North Camp, the lives of Tom Munday, his family and friends will be changed forever.
Their stories of romance, both lawful and illicit, loss, hope and the will to endure are all inextricably linked and transformed by wartime England. For the Munday family, the effects of war echo on for generations.

Author Bio
Born in Hampshire, Maggie Bennett worked as a nurse and midwife until her retirement in 1991. She enjoyed modest successes with articles and short stories before the publication of her first romance novel in 1992. This novel won that year’s RNA New Writer’s Award and she went on to publish six more medical romances, all under her married name of Margaret Holt.