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PLEASANT, GENTLE READ
on 10 January 2012
This book won't set the world on fire, but, nevertheless it is a pleasant, sometimes sad story, set in East Anglia, of the the World War II years .
The privations and make-do and mend necessities are well described and the story of how women had to turn their hands to all the jobs their absent men usually did is brought out very well.
It is worth a read and quite entertaining.