Victory for the East End Angels is the fourth and final book of the series.
The war is almost over – and it’s up to the East End Angels to keep the home fires burning!
Frankie‘s fiance, a doctor, is away looking after the troops in Europe – will he return safely home?
Winnie has a happy secret – but can she carry on at Station 75 when she’s going to have a baby?
Bella is intrigued by her new friend, a Polish airman.
As the war ends and victory is in sight, what next for the girls of Station 75?
5* “This book has it all! Fabulous characters, friendship, a happy secret and that most delicious thing of all, a very fitting ending – perfect actually.”
5* “I can’t praise this series and Rosie’s writing highly enough. If you haven’t read any books from this saga before don’t hesitate to engage with Winnie, Frankie, Bella and Rose.”
5* “I have read the entire series gripped by the ups and downs of war torn London. Absolutely, brilliant story weaving. Most enjoyable, thoroughly recommended.”
5* “Loved this whole series, well written and gripping all the way through.”
5* “I found myself savouring every single page as there’s so much going on, found it hard to put down.”
5* “Rosie Hendry has created a fabulous WWII saga, with friendship and love at its core. Despite conflicts on the home front with errant family members, and conflicts caused by the war itself, these ladies showed the true spirit of the blitz – they weren’t always calm, but they certainly carried on with their job, with their lives and with their commitment to each other.”
5* “I had eagerly awaited this final chapter in the story of station 75 and Frankie, Bella and Winnie and it did not disappoint at all, a truly fitting finale. There was still plenty of adventure and drama but so cleverly tied up with the end of the war and everyone finding their new places in the world. I’ve so loved this series I was sure I would feel sad at it reaching the end and although I do (you’ll need the tissues for this book!) I am delighted with how it all finished. I really feel as if they are all my friends too. Thank you Rosie Hendry for such a wonderful book.”