A heartwarming and moving novel about the brave, hardworking women who kept the homefires burning in the East End of London during World War Two
Kate Thompson is a journalist with over fifteen years' experience as a writer for the broadsheets and women's weekly magazines. She is now freelance and, as well as writing for newspapers, she's a seasoned ghostwriter. Secrets of the Singer Girls is her first novel.
A riveting and wonderful read. -- Mary Wood A poignant and moving story of the friendship of women during wartime Britain. -- Val Wood An evocative tale of a time when women battled together to survive and do their bit in the most difficult of circumstances. -- Ellie Dean The way Kate Thompson writes ... made me feel that I was reading about old friends. I just had to keep the pages turning. I am sure that before long her readers will be clamouring for more. -- Pam Weaver Marvellous, full of gutsy characters I immediately empathised with. -- Margaret Pemberton