The Wind Off the Sea ebook
by CHARLOTTE BINGHAM
My brother sent me this book for my birthday in October of 2016 In the 1970s Brady and Bingham wrote episodes for the TV series Play for Today, Three Comedies of Marriage, Yes, Honestly and Robin's Nest.
My brother sent me this book for my birthday in October of 2016. Bought darn time I got to it! The Wind off the Sea is set in a seaside village in Sussex, England. It starts out in the winter of 1947. The war has ended, some of the men have come home and others never will. In the 1970s Brady and Bingham wrote episodes for the TV series Play for Today, Three Comedies of Marriage, Yes, Honestly and Robin's Nest. During the 1980s and 1990s they continued to write for the occasional TV series, and in 1993 adapted Jilly Cooper's novel Riders for the small screen. Since the 1980s she has become a romance novelist.
Charlotte Bingham comes from a literary family - her father sold a story to H. G. Wells when he was only seventeen - and Charlotte wrote her autobiography, CORONET AMONG THE WEEDS, at the age of nineteen. Since then, she has written comedy and drama series, films and plays for both England and America with her husband, the actor and playwright Terence Brady.
It is 1947, the worst winter in England since records began, and even the sea is frozen. For the women living in the little fishing port of Bexham, the chronic lack of everything from fuel to food has left them reeling.
by Charlotte Bingham. It is 1947, the worst winter in England since records began, and even the sea is frozen.
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The Bexham Trilogy Book 2. by Charlotte Bingham. When Waldo Astley drives through thick Sussex snow into the village in his large American Buick, it is to find Bexham filled not just with grumbling residents, but frustrated wives and mothers forced back behind their stoves after the joy of the victory for which they fought so hard on the home front.
Charlotte Bingham (born 29 June 1942) is an English novelist who has written over 30 mainly historical romance novels and has also written for many television . The Chestnut Tree (2002). The Wind Off the Sea (2003). The Moon at Midnight (2003).
Charlotte Bingham (born 29 June 1942) is an English novelist who has written over 30 mainly historical romance novels and has also written for many television programmes including Upstairs, Downstairs; Play for Today; and Robin's Nest. In her television work, she often worked with her husband, Terence Brady.
The Wind off the Sea is a sequel to The Chestnut Tree, a book about how a group of women from the British town of Bexham struggled through World War II. This book takes place during the hard years immediately after the war, when the characters must deal with shortages, terrible weather, and their own grief. All have endured losses, and even those whose families were relatively unscathed by the war have great challenges to face in its aftermath. There are lots of characters.
by Charlotte Bingham (Author). Historical fiction fans will find Charlotte Bingham's tale an astute entertaining glimpse at the era that pioneered the next generation of women to rise in the workplace.