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Annie Murray

The Silversmith's Daughter

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Courage, passion, ambition and tragedy under the storm clouds of war from the top ten bestselling author.

It is 1915 and Daisy Tallis, headstrong, impassioned and a talented young silversmith, is desperate to make her parents proud. The family business is at the very heart of Birmingham’s jewellery quarter community.

Daisy, having studied at the city’s celebrated School of Jewellery and Silversmithing, is now skilled enough to be a teacher. It is at the school that she meets her father’s notorious rival, James Carson. Although he’s a married man, Daisy finds herself dangerously drawn to his flattery.

As war tightens its grip on the country, the jewellery quarter is thrown into turmoil as the men are forced to decide who will enlist. When tragedy strikes, can Daisy and her mother find what it takes to hold both the business and the family together?

‘Full of drama, love and compassion’ Take a Break ‘A tale of passion and empathy that will keep you hooked’ Woman’s Own

 

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