Banished from Bow

Banished from Bow

by SallyWorboyes (Author)


Abandoned as a child in 19th-century London's East End, Harriet was taken in by Mary Dean and brought up as a sister to Mary and her brother Arthur. But 17 years later, Harriet and Arthur have fallen in love, and when Harriet then falls pregnant, they are driven out of Bow by prejudiced neighbours. Arthur is then caught pilfering and faces a prison sentence. However this is soon to be the least of their worries. Harriet has kept a diary she stole as a child - the diary of a midwife - and perpetrator of the Jack the Ripper murders. And now the midwife has returned to the East End in search of Harriet and her diary - and will stop at nothing to get it back...


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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd
Published: 07 Nov 2002

ISBN 10: 0340824476
ISBN 13: 9780340824474

Media Reviews
'She brings the East End to life' -- Barbara Windsor 'An excellent book combining humour and passion' -- Telegraph & Argus 'Here is a vivid evocation of a way of life' -- East Anglian Daily Times 'Unbridled passions run riot' -- Daily Mail 'Sizzles with passion' -- Guardian 'A ripping yarn' -- Bury Free Press 'It's a rich, vivid, three-dimensional, gutsy and sexy narrative which has you turning the pages into the early hours' -- Eastern Daily Press 'This saga of London's East End in the 40s captures the vibrant spirit and the resilience and character of the people who lived there' -- Newcastle Evening Chronicle
Author Bio
Sally Warboyes was born and grew up in Stepney with four brothers and a sister. She now lives in Norfolk with her husband and three children. She has written several plays broadcast on Radio Four, and has adapted her own play and novel, WILD HOPS, as a musical, THE HOP-PICKERS. Already an established writer, Sally Warboyes continues her brilliant East End sagas to which she brings some of the raw history of her own family background.