The compelling new saga set in turn-of-the-century London by the author of Mermaids Singing
The Thames carried him away from her, but would it bring him home...?
Twelve-year-old Eliza Bragg has known little in life but the cold, comfortless banks of the Thames. Living above her uncle's chandlery she has grown accustomed to a life of penury and servitude, her only comfort the love and protection of her older brother, Bart.
But one day Bart accidentally kills a man and is forced to flee to New Zealand. Alone, barefoot, beaten down and at the mercy of her cruel uncle, Eliza realises that her very survival is at stake...
“A great painter of word pictures, this author, and her latest is no exception”
Buckinghamshire Limited Edition
“Another brilliant book from a very talented writer, you will not be disappointed”
Bournemouth Daily Echo