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London, 1925. On Paradise Corner, just past the tram stop, Florence runs a pie shop, famous for miles around.Warm and comforting, just like her pies, Florence is always there as a helping hand or a shoulder to cry on, especially to her full house of family and friends. There's six year old niece Josefina, left with Florence by her wayward sister, Stella.Rose Marie, Florence's younger sister, in search of adventures of her own. And Manny, invalided out of the First World War, and in need of a job and a place to rest his head.But working in the pie shop every day and taking care of others leaves Florence little time to look after herself. What will happen when it all becomes too much? And will Florence ever find her own shoulder to cry on?For fans of Katie Flynn and Sheila Jeffries, Hot Pies on the Tram Car is a heart-warming vel from the Queen of family saga, Sheila Newberry.
Sheila Newberry was born in Suffolk and spent a lot of time there both before and during the war. She wrote her first 'book' before she was ten - all sixty pages of it - in purple ink. Her family has certainly been her inspiration and she has been published most of her adult life. She spent forty years living in Kent with her husband John on a smallholding, and has nine children and twenty-two lively grandchildren. They retired back to Suffolk where Sheila still lives today.