Reviews

Super story

This book kept me interested all the way through. Pam weaver is a great author and never disappoints. I look forward to the next one!

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The Lost Orphan

Another brilliant story by Pam Weaver who never fails to disappoint us with her war time novels based in Worthing and local areas in West Sussex. There are always twists and turns that you never get tired of reading and keeps you turning the pages until (sadly) you realise you’ve turned the last page of […]

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Gripping Sequel

A roĺler coaster of a historical novel and a worthy follow up to The Runaway Orphans. What a delight to become re-acquainted with Mireille and Amelie and to follow their fortunes to the end of the war. Pam Weaver takes you into the emotional and heart warming lives of the sisters and their adopted family.

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Tender and touching

This short series was wonderful. Set in the era of my parents and grandparents, I've always hada fascination for the trials and triumph of the brave men and women who were forced to endure living in the midst or on the border of a war zone. Pam Weaver's characters were real and touching as also […]

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Another Page turner, thank you Pam.

I was surprised to receive the book last week as I had in mind it wasn’t due till the end of august. So I read the previous one, which is also excellent. I thoroughly enjoyed Lost Orphan, but I have a feeling there’s more of the story to come, I hope so. Pam says: I […]

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Runaway Orphans

Spellbinding. Once you start reading you don’t want to put it down. Runaway Orphans 2022

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General review 2

I have really loved reading all your books. I have just finished Blue Moon which I thoroughly enjoyed.

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General

Just wanted to let you know I love reading your books. As soon as I pick up one of your books I find it hard to put it down and always think oh just another chapter. My Mother in Law lives in Goring, so it is nice to hear some of the local villages mentioned […]

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Blue Moon

thank you for your talk at WI. My thoughts on Blue Moon Loved the period detail. You were very skilful in weaving what must have been a lot of research into all your local detail. With the ‘blackshirts’ plot line you managed to convey rather cleverly how that movement might have appeared attractive at the […]

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There’s Always Tomorrow

I have just finished reading “There’s Always Tomorrow” and I wanted to write to tell you how much I loved it. I was initially drawn to the book as it is set around the Worthing area which is where I grew up but as soon as I started reading it I was hooked and couldn’t […]

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