Snow on the Cobbles by Maggie Sullivan
When Lizzie moves with her mother and her brothers to No.9 Coronation Street at the end of the Second World War, it’s a new start for all of them after their losses and heartache.
Their new neighbour, Elsie Tanner, tells them that the house is said to have bad luck, but things look up for Lizzie when she lands a job as a barmaid in a local pub, the Pride of Weatherfield. There she makes friends with the young and giddy Hilda Ogden, still waiting for her wayward husband, Stan, to come home from the war.
It isn’t long before they realize that the place isn’t quite what it seems, but Lizzie has been keeping secrets too and as winter draws in, there are a few surprises in store for Coronation Street …
** Praise for Maggie Sullivan:**
‘A wonderfully nostalgic tale’ Choice Magazine
‘A perfect festive read’ Woman Magazine
‘A must read’ Amazon
‘A real page-turner’ Amazon
‘A wonderful trip down memory lane’ Goodreads
About the Author
Maggie Sullivan writes Northern family dramas, including the bestselling Coronation Street series, that has taken her into the bestseller lists and have garnered her legions of fans and readers around the globe.
Maggie was born and brought up in Manchester where the award-winning soap was compulsory family viewing.
Maggie loves travelling, is a freelance lecturer, and is an active member of the Romantic Novelist’s Association. Maggie now lives in London.