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Over the Fields of Clover

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Length: 104 pages1 hour

Summary

This book will be of interest to all those who were children during the Second World War. It is mainly autobiographic and incorporates Hazel Farrell’s father’s war diary. He was in the navy at the time as a radio operator on a destroyer.

The image on the cover is of an oil painting by the author who is also an artist.

This is the story of Hazel Farrell’s family with tales from the characters who help to make up a rich and varied past. There are many stories, which would be forgotten if not told now from her memories.

There are the Ryleys, the Nortons, the Slatters and the Warehams to take into account, and even a mention of the Farrells, which Hazel married into. So many people are involved in some way and Hazel has always been a good listener. This is now found to be a great advantage. . So read and enjoy.

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