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  • Published: 30 November 2011
  • ISBN: 9781448107834
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256

Lisa Logan

a sweeping and unforgettable saga of desertion and duty, love and loss, set in the heart of Lancashire



If you like Katie Flynn, Rosie Clarke and Catherine Cookson, you'll love bestselling and prizewinning author Marie Joseph's captivating and ultimately uplifting saga of one woman's attempt to find her place in a man's world...
'Marie Joseph has the same rare, magical gift as Catherine Cookson for turning everyday people with everyday lives into the stuff of fascination.' -- Kent Evening Post
'She is a winner every time she writes' -- Manchester Evening News
'Marie Joseph is an amazing success story' - WOMAN'S WEEKLY
'Loved this story, pure escapism' -- ***** Reader review
'Compelling and very readable - recommended for an afternoon's relaxing read.' -- ***** Reader

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SHE'S ALWAYS BEEN TOLD IT'S A MAN'S WORLD. BUT HER TIME WILL COME...

Lisa Logan was still a girl when she learned that it was a man's world ... A man's world and no place for the weak.

When her beloved father, Angus - shell-shocked after the Great War - deserts them, she and her mother are left with absolutely nothing.

As her mother fails to cope with this new and harsh reality, Lisa finds an inner strength and swears her revenge. But at what cost?

  • Published: 30 November 2011
  • ISBN: 9781448107834
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 256

About the author

Marie Joseph

Marie Joseph was born in Lancashire and was educated at Blackburn High School for Girls. Before her marriage she was in the Civil Service. She now lives in Middlesex with her husband, a retired chartered engineer, and they have two married daughters and eight grandchildren.

Marie Joseph began her writing career as a short-story writer and she now uses her Northern background to enrich her bestselling novels. Down-to-earth characters bring a vivid authenticity to her stories, which were written with both humour and poignancy.

Her novel: A Better World Than This won the 1987 Romantic Novelist's Association Major Award.

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