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Publications for Judith Barrow

Judith Barrow

Judith Barrow

Judith Barrow has lived in Pembrokeshire for thirty years. She has published poetry and short fiction in various anthologies, winning several poetry competitions, as well as writing three children's novels. Her play: My Little Philly was performed at the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea. Judith grew up in the Pennines and has degrees in literature and creative writing. Pattern of Shadows is her first published novel. For more on Judith see her website. www.judithbarrow.co.uk.



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A Hundred Tiny Threads

   (Judith Barrow)
It takes more than just love to make a marriage... It's 1911 and Winifred Duffy is a determined young woman eager for a life beyond the grocer's shop counter.
(August 2017) Full details

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Changing Patterns

   (Judith Barrow)
The war is over but Mary still has to keep her relationship with Peter, a German ex-POW, secret. Sister Ellen & best friend Jean expect Mary to fix their troubles too. A vivid story of austerity B...
(May 2013) Full details

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Coming up Roses

   (Anthology, ed.Caroline Oakley)
Stories for the Green Fingered:From birth to death, horror to hilarity – a collection of stories for gardeners at home and away.
(January 2008) Full details

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Living in the Shadows

   (Judith Barrow)
There are secrets dating back to the war that still haunt the family... Sequel to the acclaimed WWII sagas Changing Patterns and Pattern of Shadows.
(July 2015) Full details

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Pattern of Shadows

   (Judith Barrow)
Mary is a nurse at a Lancashire prison camp for German POWs. Work is difficult but fulfilling, home just difficult. The only light on her horizon is a friendship with one of the German doctors.
(May 2010) Full details

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