A Daughter's Disgrace by Kitty NealeA Daughter's Disgrace by Kitty Neale

A Daughter's Disgrace

byKitty Neale

Paperback | May 12, 2015

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A heartrending story of family shame from Sunday Times bestseller, Kitty Neale. A gritty London tale, perfect for fans of Katie Flynn, Nadine Dorries and Maureen Lee.1950s Battersea is no place for a shamed woman.FracturedAlison is the ugly duckling of her family and has always been treated with disdain by her mother. After years of being bullied, she is drawn to the one man who shows her affection. But when he brutally rapes her, leaving her pregnant, she is cast out.ForgottenShunned by her family, Alison must start to make her own way and plan a life for herself and her unborn child - and for the first time she is master of her own destiny.Forgiven?But when the baby arrives, Alison feels no love for her new son. Terrified that history will repeat itself, can she find a way to love her child? And will she ever find the forgiveness she craves from her family?
Kitty Neale was raised in South London and this working class area became the inspiration for her novels. In the 1980s she moved to Surrey with her husband and two children, but in 1998 there was a catalyst in her life when her son died, aged just 27.After working for 2 years with other bereaved parents in a support group, Kitty took u...
Title:A Daughter's DisgraceFormat:PaperbackDimensions:416 pagesPublished:May 12, 2015Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007587937

ISBN - 13:9780007587933

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Date published: 2015-10-07

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Praise for Kitty Neale:'Heartbreakingly poignant and joltingly realistic.' Annie Groves'A moving tale of love, hope and family.full of drama and heartache.' Closer