The Frozen RIver by Clare Flynn audiobook

The Frozen RIver

By Clare Flynn
Read by Jenny Hoops

Cranbrook Press
10.40 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781916469228

Three strong women make their way in 1950s Canada  English hairdresser, Ethel, is alone after the deaths of her family and her wartime fiancé. Widow and single mother, Alice, bringing up two daughters, receives an unexpected inheritance that will transform her life. War bride, Joan, is mother to three small children with a fourth on the way and money in short supply. All are brought together in a rural Canadian town where they each try to build a future – often in spite of the men in their lives.  Each woman has a different idea of happiness. Will any or all of them achieve it?  "Clare Flynn has once again captured the essence of an era and its people and then told a captivating story that keeps you enthralled to the end. Her books always touch you to the heart." 

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Summary

Summary

Three strong women make their way in 1950s Canada 

English hairdresser, Ethel, is alone after the deaths of her family and her wartime fiancé. Widow and single mother, Alice, bringing up two daughters, receives an unexpected inheritance that will transform her life. War bride, Joan, is mother to three small children with a fourth on the way and money in short supply. All are brought together in a rural Canadian town where they each try to build a future – often in spite of the men in their lives. 

Each woman has a different idea of happiness. Will any or all of them achieve it? 

"Clare Flynn has once again captured the essence of an era and its people and then told a captivating story that keeps you enthralled to the end. Her books always touch you to the heart." 

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Author Bio: Clare Flynn

Author Bio: Clare Flynn

Award-winning author, Clare Flynn is a former global marketing director. She lives on the south coast of England. Her first novel, A Greater World, set in the Blue Mountains of Australia in the 1920s, was awarded an Indie BRAG Medallion in 2015. Kurinji Flowers, a gripping story of love and loss set in colonial India on a tea plantation in the 1930s and 40s, also gained a BRAG Award in 2015. Letters from a Patchwork Quilt, achieved a 5 Star Medallion from Readers’ Favorite. The Green Ribbons is set in rural England in 1900 and has also been honored with a coveted BRAG Medallion.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Historical
Runtime: 10.40
Audience: Adult
Language: English