Annie

Annie MOBI ´ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 480
  • Annie
  • Valerie Wood
  • English
  • 02 March 2019
  • 0593037316

About the Author: Valerie Wood

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AnnieAnnie MOBI ´ Paperback annie kindle, AnnieAnnie EpubAnnie Swinburn had killed Francis Morton and the killing was timely and well deserved, for Morton had been evil in every possible way Annie knew that, however justified her crime, only the rope awaited her if she remained in the slums of Hull, so she ran up river to a new and unfamiliar territory Her first refuge was with Toby Linton, a well born smuggler, and Annie led a double life roaming the remote countryside of the Wolds It was this new existence which led her, once , into allowing herself to loveSet in the countryside of the Yorkshire Wolds and the River Humber, this is a companion volume to The Hungry Tide , which won the first Catherine Cookson Prize.

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10 thoughts on “Annie

  1. Shirley Revill says:

    Love the books written by Val Wood The stories are usually centred around places near where I live and this adds to the interest for me Very well written and very hard to put down Recommended.

  2. Tracey says:

    A nice feel good romance This is the story of Annie, who we first meet while on the run from the law after murdering a nasty man who deserved the end he got She knows she will hang if she is caught so makes a new identity for herself Annie has quite a few adventures and meets a variety of colourful characters, from smugglers to tavern owners, most are nice and help her to move up in the world The ones who aren t so nice are soon won over by Annie s personality.This is a rags to riches story A nice feel good romance This is the story of Annie, who we first meet while on the run from the law after murdering a nasty man who deserved the end he got She knows she will hang if she is caught so makes a new identity for herself Annie has quite a few adventures and meets a variety of colourful characters, from smugglers to tavern owners, most are nice and help her to move up in the world The ones who aren t so nice are soon won over by Annie s personality.This is a rags to riches story that is easy to read A light romance but I felt that a lot of the outcomes and happenings were just a bit too convenient Everything seemed to tie up too nicely if you know what I mean There weren t a lot of surprises in this story

  3. Eileen halley says:

    Loved it a very good read thankyou.Loved it a very good read thankyou I will be readingfrom this lady and I would recommend to friends.

  4. Di Davenport says:

    I couldn t wait to read this one Annie left The Hungry Tide the book before this one early in the story This book runs along side The Hungry Tide and is the story of the life Annie lived after she left, which is why I was eager to read it Again, familiar to me places made for interesting reading Here s to manyVal Wood books I intend to read one every few books My reading list just gets longer and longer.

  5. Cheryll Butters says:

    Glad to have found this author Similar to Catherine Cookson novels It s a sort of Cinderella story where a poor girl from the slums ends up being the mistress of a gentry household Lots of exciting adventures kept me turning the pages Shame I didn t read The Hungry Tide first but will be looking out for her other books

  6. Joyce says:

    Really enjoyed this book a follow on from The Hungry Tide, this book tells Annie s story and what happened to her after running away from Hull So nice to see if she found happiness after all her troubles in Hull Have just discovered that there is a third book which I can t wait to read.

  7. Christine says:

    Excellent book set around Hull, York and the Humber river in the 18th century Would thoroughly recommend this book.

  8. Michelle Hemsley says:

    I woud never have chosen these books for myself, but was lent a few and I m hooked, they really make interesting reading if you can cope with the dialect

  9. Claire says:

    Excellent Loved this book from start to finish.

  10. Pamela Gillings says:

    I was looking for a new author and recommended this book I loved it from the start Being from Yorkshire i could understand the dielect but some people may struggle.