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VINE VOICEon 24 October 2011
Wonderful, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, but I can imagine how shocking it must have seemed to readers back in 1946. A young wife and mother left behind in the country with her young son while her husband is sent abroad on war work becomes bored and feels she is stagnating stuck in the middle of nowhere. Deborah, the young wife in question, decides she wants more from life and throws caution to the winds, and through various encounters with men from various walks of life - some contrived - becomes what can only be described as an upper class prostitute. From factual accounts of life during the Second World War it is only too obvious that this sort of thing went on, and whilst it was deemed OK for men to have their fling, it was deemed entirely different for women.
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