The Orphans of Bell Lane

Ruthie Lewis

All they want is a place to call home . . .

A heartwarming story, perfect for fans of Dilly Court, Maggie Hope and Katie Flynn.

'I couldn't stop reading this story . . . a real page turner' Sheila Newberry

1860s London

Orphaned at a young age, Rosa has always looked out for her younger sister, Grace, protecting her from the dangers and bullies of the workhouse.

So when Grace is suddenly faced with a world without Rosa, she finds herself alone and forced to make difficult decisions about her future. Can she really walk away from everything she has built to protect the children Rosa has left behind?

Returning to the gang-ruled streets of south-east London, Grace is determined to build a better future for herself and for the children of Bell Lane – no matter what the cost . . .

Publication Date: 22/08/2019
ISBN Paperback: 9781785761294
ISBN Ebook: 9781785761300
ISBN Audiobook: 9781785769580

Ruthie Lewis

About the author

Ruthie Lewis is the pseudonym of Marilyn Livingstone and Morgen Witzel, a collaborative Anglo-Canadian husband-and-wife team of writers and historians who live in Devon and do as much of their writing as possible on the beach or on the moors. Between them they have written more than twenty non-fiction and academic titles, with specialisms including management, medieval economic history and medieval warfare.