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Thursday, March 3, 2022

Review - Heaven and Hell for The Tobacco Girls By Lizzie Lane -- Hosted by Rachel Random Resources


Heaven and Hell for The Tobacco Girls

Bridget Milligan has donned a uniform and joined the nursing services where she becomes intrigued with the miracles of modern medicine. She’s also torn between family loyalty, her new career and Lyndon O’Neill, the love of her life. Is it too impossible to hope that everything will come out right in the end?
Phyllis Harvey is still serving in Malta where she sees the casualties of war first hand. Finally it seems like Phyllis is blessed with true in love, but fate can sometimes be a rocky road and nothing is that certain.
Maisie Miles is left holding the home front at the tobacco factory but with the sudden death of her grandmother finds herself once more alone in the world. However, thanks to a substantial inheritance, she is able to extend a helping hand to a friend in desperate need.
There are tears and laughter, goodbyes and new arrivals along with the hope that new beginnings are not far over the horizon.

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Lizzie Lane is the author of over 50 books, a number of which have been bestsellers. She was born and bred in Bristol where many of her family worked in the cigarette and cigar factories. This has inspired her saga series for Boldwood The Tobacco Girls.


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Heaven and Hell for the Tobacco Girls is book four in the Tobacco Girl series. The series is written by Lizzie Lane. This is the first book that I have read by  this author. I have not read the other books in the series. They can be read as standalones. 

This is a WWII novel that is set in 1943. We see three friends: Bridget, Phyllis and Masie. Their friendship started while the were working at the tobacco factory. The women's lives have changed a great deal with the war.  They are now scattered due to the war. America has entered the war. War life is starting to take their toll on the characters. Even though this is the only story that I read, I could see the characters evolve and grow within this one story. 

The book is well written. I really enjoyed getting to know the characters. I will be going back and reading the series from the beginning. The writing flows easy. The author has done good research to make this story as real feeling as possible. 

Thank you to the author and Rachels Random Resources for allowing me to read a copy of this book. All thoughts are my own. 


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