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Friday book review – Soldiers’ Daughters

Published by Emma Lee-Potter in on Friday 27th March 2015

I loved Soldiers’ Wives, Fiona Field’s first book about army life, so I was thrilled to get my hands on the second. And I’m pleased to report that Soldiers’ Daughters is every bit as good as its predecessor. This time round Fiona Field focuses on two young army officers who on the face of it seem to have an awful lot in common. Samantha and Michelle are both motherless, were ...keep reading

Sunday book review – Soldiers’ Wives by Fiona Field

Published by Emma Lee-Potter in on Sunday 1st June 2014

I read Soldiers’ Wives in one delicious go, barely even pausing to take a sip of tea or check my Twitter feed. The tale of three women who are all trying to get to grips with army life, it’s pacy, entertaining and utterly authentic. Fiona Field (a successful novelist who has written 16 books under the names of Kate Lace, Catherine Jones and Annie Jones) is more clued up about ...keep reading