The heartfelt new saga from Mary Gibson, bestselling author of Custard Tarts and Broken Hearts.
Ruby is always hungry, but she will go without if it means her young brothers can eat.
1930s Bermondsey might be called the larder of London, with its pie, pickle and jam factories, but for the poor working classes, starvation is a heartbeat away.
When Ruby's neighbour suggests she go to the Methodist Mission for free food, Ruby knows her father will be furious, but that she has no other option.
It is a decision that will change the course of her life forever and lead her to face a terrible choice between duty and a great love.
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