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Sow the Wind By Peggy Larken

Sow the Wind by Peggy Larken

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Sow the Wind by Peggy Larken

This memoir spans the first seventy years of a long life. In this vivid account Peggy Larken describes her childhood as a doctor's daughter in Bushey, Herts before the First World War, growing up in wartime, her first job in London and an exciting period in Jamaica in the 1920s. Her marriage to Tom, an officer in the Royal Navy, provides the thread that links many adventures and experiences in this country and overseas. For almost 20 years their home was the Five Sisters, a Thames barge in which they sailed as far as Paris and Holland before finally anchoring in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight. Through all her experiences, some tragic and many entertaining, Peggy's unique combination of courage, determination, unfailing humour and humanity shines through.

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Sow the Wind by Peggy Larken
Used - Very Good
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