The Spitfire Girl: Heartwarming and emotional story of pluck and courage in WWII
With the men away fighting on the front line, courageous Ellie must take to the skies and do her bit for the war effort.
It’s 1939 and the threat of war hangs over the country…
Flying instructor Ellie Miller has grown up a tomboy. She’s never had interest in the latest clothes or lipstick colours – her only passion is flying her beloved Tiger Moth. But when war is declared, and she is no longer be able to do what she loves most – fly.
Unless she joins the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force that is!
Given the choice to keep the home fires burning – or join the fight on the home front Ellie doesn’t have to think twice.
Joining the WAAFs she meets friends that become her family in the skies – sharing both the small daily triumphs and grief as war slowly tears both the country she loves, and her heart, apart…
Perfect for fans of Nancy Revell, Rosie Archer and Daisy Styles.
Praise for Fenella J. Miller.
‘The perfect ingredients for a cracking good read. well recommended’ Jean Fullerton.
‘I’ve enjoyed all the books in this series’ Cheryl.
‘I love the way Fenella creates an escape from the real world for me every single time when I read her books’ KMW.
‘I would highly recommend this book’ Mrs S Hall.
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