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Fanny McBride (1959)

by Catherine Cookson

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Fanny McBride was a large, cheerful, indomitable Tyneside widow with a large, cheerful family. Although sometimes a little lonely, she keeps herself occupied, what with her longstanding feud with Mrs Flanagan, her favourite child's unsuitable marriage and the puzzle of her one unmarried son. ( )
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Even though every day brought equal parts of pain and pleasure, life was never dull for Fanny McBride.

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Fanny McBride was a large, cheerful, indomitable Tyneside widow with a large, cheerful family. When she reached her 50s, she began to feel, for the first time in her life, a little lonely. Being a woman of resource, Fanny took on a job at the local 'Ladies', which was to prove to be a stimulating experience.… (more)

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