Inspired by true events, The Allotment Girls is the heartwarming story of the factory girls-come-gardeners by Kate Thompson, author of Secrets of the Sewing Bee
Kate Thompson is a journalist with twenty years' experience as a writer for the broadsheets and women's weekly magazines. She is now freelance, and as well as writing for newspapers, she's a seasoned ghostwriter. The Allotment Girls is her fourth novel, following The Wedding Girls, Secrets of the Sewing Bee and the Sunday Times bestseller Secrets of the Singer Girls.
Marvellous, full of gutsy characters I immediately empathized with
[Secrets of the Singer Girls] * Margaret Pemberton *
The way Kate Thompson writes . . . made me feel that I was reading about old friends. I just had to keep the pages turning. I am sure that before long her readers will be clamouring for more [Secrets of the Singer Girls] * Pam Weaver *
An evocative tale of a time when women battled together to survive and do their bit in the most difficult of circumstances [Secrets of the Singer Girls] * Ellie Dean *
A riveting and wonderful read. [Secrets of the Singer Girls] * Mary Wood *