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Moving on

Gray, Millie2017
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'Moving On' continues to follow the Anderson family as they strive to wrestle with the ups and downs of life in peacetime Britain. The church bells had just finished joyously ringing out to celebrate the end of 'World War Two' in May 1945 when Johnny realises that he must speedily prepare himself for a life in politics. All, however, is not plain sailing as he has to accept that the Labour candidacy for the parliamentary seat of industrial Leih has been offered to one James Hoy. Nonetheless he promises to fight for a fairer society and to serve the constituents of the large new housing developments of the extensive Granton area who vote him into Westminster. He also vows to remain to be a dutiful and loyal husband and father and to keep himself aloof from the murkiness of the Westminster establishment, but these vows, unfortunately, prove to be more than problematic.
Main title:
Moving on / Millie Gray.
Author:
Gray, Millie, author
Imprint:
Long Preston : Magna, 2017.
Collation:
264 pages (large print) ; 24 cm
Notes:
Standard print edition originally published: Edinburgh: Black & White Publishing, 2016.
ISBN:
9780750544825 (hbk)
Dewey class:
823.92FICTIONF
Language:
English
BRN:
2570951
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