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Believing in Tomorrow

By: Rita Bradshaw
Narrated by: Colleen Prendergast
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Summary

Believing in Tomorrow is a sweeping family saga from the top ten bestselling author of One Snowy Night, Rita Bradshaw.

Molly McKenzie is only eleven years old when her abusive father beats her to within an inch of her life. Escaping from the hovel she calls home, Molly is found by kind fisherfolk, sick and near death. With them she experiences the love of a family for the first time and, even though life is hard, she is content.

Time passes and Molly’s looking ahead to a future with the boy she loves, but then a terrible tragedy rips her life apart. Once again she’s cast adrift in an uncaring world, but Molly is made of stern stuff and is determined to survive.

In the male-dominated society of the early 1900s, Molly has to fight prejudice and hatred, and rejection comes from all sides. Can she hold fast and become the woman she is destined to be?

©2022 Rita Bradshaw (P)2022 Macmillan Publishers International Limited

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Brilliantly done

One of the best stories iv read for a long time kept you on the edge of your seat and couldn’t stop listening

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Irene Bladon

Really enjoyed this story gripping from start to finish,well narrated too , so enjoy it everyone!

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Loved it.

An excellent story and very well read. I thought Colleen Prendergast was so easy to listen to.

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Prendergast. Very good narrator but not for this book.

Very Good story but didn’t grip me like her other books. Think t choice of narrator wasn’t good. I’ve listened to other books she’s narrated and was brilliant! Especially the ‘Teashop on the corner’. That Story was excellent and so well narrated. Lots of ‘believable characters’, well performed.

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