First Lines Friday – 13th May 2022

Happy Friday!!!! Welcome back to “First Lines Fridays”!!!

For those of you who are new to this, First Lines Fridays is a weekly meme that is hosted by Wandering Words. It’s a very quick and simple meme all you have to do is:

Choose a book from your shelves/current read, open the book to the first page, copy the first line or two on the page making sure you don’t give away the book title and then reveal the book.

FIRST LINES:

“There was an awkward silence in the interview room. The woman had stopped mid-sentence and was searching in her handbag for a handkerchief, which she could not find. Casting aside the bag, she placed her arms on the table and laid her head down on her left forearm.”

Do you recognise which book these lines come from?

This weeks book is…

Synopsis/Blurb (Taken from Goodreads):

A mining town in Britain in 1951. Cassie’s husband Eddie disappears, leaving her to raise their young son. Despite no contact, maintenance payments are made. Cassie returns to work, supported by friends, and tries to build a new life. She is introduced to books and embarks on a journey of self-development and political activism. Trust is a barrier to new relationships – will that ever be resolved? While post war optimism continues, pit closures herald the town’s demise, leaving her decisions to make. The 1960s bring social change and unresolved issues reach a climax with dramatic revelations, concerning identity and fate.

You can read my review here

Have you read this book? How did you find it? Let me know down below in the comments.

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