‘Lucky Bunny (Sceptre), Jill Dawson’s rip-roaring story of an East End girl made good by being defiantly bad; hilarious, poignant and exquisitely written.’

‘Dawson’s engaging seventh novel (after Trick of the Light) chronicles the exploits of “Queenie” Dove, a highly intelligent Depression-era child from a family of grifters. As a child in London, Queenie acknowledges her fledgling conscience, but muses, “The world is full of milk on doorsteps. And bread left by the baker’s vans, and coal from the coal man.” ‘
Publisher’s Weekly
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