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by Lesley Pearse

Author: Lesley Pearse
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd (March 29, 2001)
Pages: 720 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.5
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But Lesley Pearse’s books are outstanding. Trust Me’ is an excellent and engaging historical-fiction. Another excellent read from Lesley Pearse. You do not realise as to what these Empire Children went through in the late 4o's and 50's

But Lesley Pearse’s books are outstanding. You do not realise as to what these Empire Children went through in the late 4o's and 50's. Leasley related to the cruelty dealt out by the the wicked Brothers and Nuns in the Catholice Orphanages to these unfortunate children, who through no fault of their own thought Australia would be a better life that the Orphanage in Brtain.

The moral right of the author has been asserted. I thoroughly recommend her book Empty Cradles to anyone who wishes to know more about the Child Migration Scheme.

Trust Me is the gripping historical novel from bestselling author Lesley Pearse. She lost her parents and then was sent far, far away. When their father tragically kills their mother, Dulcie and her sister are sent to an orphanage. Told that a 'better life' awaits them in another country, they are shipped off to Australia. But the promises made to the sisters turn out to be lies. And it seems to Dulcie that everyone who ever said 'trust me' somehow betrayed that trust.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Trust Me is a powerful historical novel based on a real life tragedy. For one girl betrayal goes hand in hand with trust. This is just one of many captivating novels from the international N. BESTSELLING author Lesley Pearse.

Is she worse?’ he asked. I’m so sorry,’ was all Dulcie could get out before she burst into tears. She had been woken at two by the alarm she’d set to turn Betty over, and gone into her room. She had been woken at two by the alarm she’d set to turn Betty over, and gone into her room s lying on her side just as she’d left her a four hours earlier, seemingly in deep sleep. Dulcie gently drew her bedcovers back and laid her hands on her side, intending to roll her over, if possible without waking her. When she encountered a slight chill and rigidity she switched on a brighter light to check. Betty was dead, she had ceased breathing and she had no pulse

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Trust Me is a powerful historical novel based on a real life tragedy. Santa Montefiore and Penny Vincenzi fans will swiftly fall for Lesley Pearse's mesmerising novels - you'll want to read them again and again. With characters it is impossible not to care about. this is storytelling at its very best' Daily Mail. Lose yourself in this epic saga' Bella. When their father tragically kills their mother, Dulcie and her sister are sent to an orphanage

Trust Me is the gripping historical novel from bestselling author Lesley Pearse. And it seems to Dulcie that everyone who ever said 'trust me' somehow betrayed that trust

List of the best Lesley Pearse books, ranked by voracious readers in the Ranker community. This list contains books like Never Look Back and Trust Me. What are Lesley Pearse's best novels? Vote on this list and help us definitively answer that question.

List of the best Lesley Pearse books, ranked by voracious readers in the Ranker community. With commercial success and critical acclaim, there's no doubt that Lesley Pearse is one of the most popular authors of the last 100 years. This poll is also a great resource for new fans of Lesley Pearse who want to know which novels they should start reading first.

Lesley Pearse's novels have sold over five million copies worldwide

Sweet-natured but dappy Daisy Buchan drifts from job to job and takes her policeman boyfriend Joel for granted. She's happy, but she doesn't know what she wants from life. But when her adoptive mother dies and leaves her daughter a scrapbook of memories, Daisy finally discovers who she is and where she came from. Lesley Pearse's novels have sold over five million copies worldwide. Lesley lives near Bristol and has three daughters and two grandchildren.

There are some elements in good saga writing that never fail, and Lesley Pearse has the full measure of them in Trust Me. She is particularly good on the theme of the orphanage survivor who makes her way in a hostile world: familiar, perhaps, but rarely treated with the colour and exuberance found here. Dulcie Taylor and her sister May, who have spent their lives having their trust betrayed by those who claim they will look after them, begin a new life in a new country. Australia soon turns out to be a grim illusion, however, until Dulcie meets Ross, who has also known what it is to be an orphanage survivor. With a narrative that has the epic qualities of the country it is set in, Pearse is able to deal with the growth of trust and love between the characters in a wholly convincing fashion, with Dulcie a memorably drawn heroine.