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Whose Turn for the Stairs?

 

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Whose Turn for the Stairs?


by Robert Douglas (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9780755318926

 

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A tale of family, community and strength of spirit


This is an utterly charming story about twelve families and their tightly knit street in 1950s Maryhill. Following the end of the war, the close rebuilds its ties and the strong sense of community and friendly neighbourhood bonds are soon back in place. There is young love for Rhea and Robert; a surprising new start for James; a change of direction for George; and all overseen by the matriarch of the street - Granny Thomson. And of course, all buoyed up by a big helping of Scottish humour and strength of spirit. Yet it is all not perfect in their world: the families have to deal with poverty, religious bigotry, racism, heartbreak, lies, violence and death. But the powerful friendships cannot ultimately be broken. In Robert Douglas's first novel, he recreates a time and place particular to Glasgow but to which everyone will relate.


 

ISBN 755318927
ISBN13 9780755318926
Publisher Hachette Scotland
Format Paperback
Publication date 18/03/2010
Pages 416
Weight (grammes) 283
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 198
Width (mm) 131