A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow

Diane Andersen’s Review: 4-Stars

The plight of one young woman growing up in Wales during a time of imminent change and controversy is the subject of this novel. Winifred is the only child of a prosperous shopkeeper in a Welsh village, when she is caught up with the suffragette movement by her rather pushy Irish friend. In spite of her parents’ warnings, Winifred flaunts their authority, and her own safety, and stubbornly attends protest marches that end in violence.

Terence Vicker’s Review: 4.5-Stars

Morrisfield England 1911-

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