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Hull, 1940. Widowed Edie Copeland has just arrived on Exchange Street, heavily pregnant and with heavy suitcase in tow. She left York after tragedy struck to make a fresh start, but she's a stranger to this street, and her new landlord doesn't hesitate to remind her of this, widow or not. 

Luckily, the neighbours are a little more welcoming, and Edie is soon made to feel at home by the Maguires and the Scuttles. As air raids sound, and the war feels closer than ever, the community has to stick together. But Edie is hiding something, and she doesn't know how much longer her secret is safe. 

Is the past going to catch up with her? And will Edie still be able to call Exchange Street home when the truth comes out? 

©2019 Donna Douglas (P)2019 Orion Publishing Group

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I really enjoyed listening to A Mother’s Journey, I felt immersed in the families. I rejoiced with them and cried with during their sorrows. I have listened to several of Donna Douglas books and I plan on listening to many more.
I recommend both this author and the narrator.

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