Passage of Tears

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A fiction set aboard the ill-fated Titanic

A captivating first novel by Jeanne Blake. Wealthy business woman, Marie Anderson looked down at her dear Nan's grave. She felt guilty for not being there at Eliza's funeral. Memories of that yesteryear came flooding back. A grandfather she never knew, but was known and talked about for losing his life on the Titanic. "Titanic Lost!", it struck terror in Eliza. Her husband had sailed only days previously, working as a baker, the extra money would set them up in bakery of their own. When the letter arrived from White Star shipping line, she knew he was gone forever, leaving her with no money and a 7 month old baby boy, Samuel. When Eliza fell in love again, with a Saints footballer, it was her salvation. Having another son completed their happiness. But fate raised its ugly head again when her second husband died. More love and loss later then came the night when Southampton was bombed and loved ones were lost, their house flattened, with only clothes on their back to call their own. Eliza had coped with a lot in her life; desperation, brutality and deprivation, she was not going to let Hitler get her down. She would prove she was a woman to be reckoned with.

Publisher: Caseys Court Publishing

Date published: 2012

Format: Paperback

Condition: New