Cover Reveal. The Poppy Factory by Liz Trenow

I'm so excited to be part of this cover reveal blog tour for Liz Trenow's third novel, The Poppy Factory.
I loved her last novel, The Forgotten Seamstress so much that I declared it my book of the year 2013. Her debut novel was  The Last Telegram  Both are great prices for kindle.
I'm positive her new book will be every bit as captivating.

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Published 28th August 2014

Inspired by the upcoming anniversary of the First World War, historical fiction author Liz Trenow has penned a captivating story of two young women, bound together by the tragedy of two very different wars.

Interviews with soldiers who have recently served in Afghanistan, along with an NHS paramedic and extensive research into the origins of the incredibly inspirational Poppy Factory which to this day helps returning soldiers to find work helped Liz to create remarkable characters inspired by real events.

With the end of the First World War, Rose is looking forward to welcoming home her beloved husband Alfie from the battlefields. But his return is not what Rose had expected. Traumatised by what he has seen, the Alfie who comes home is a different man to the one Rose married. As he struggles to cope with life in peace time, Rose wrestles with temptation as the man she fell in love with seems lost forever.

Many years later, Jess returns from her final tour of Afghanistan. Haunted by nightmares from her time at the front, her longed-for homecoming is a disaster and she wonders if her life will ever be the same again. Can comfort come through her great-grandmother Rose’s diaries?

For Jess and Rose, the realities of war have terrible consequences. Can the Poppy Factory, set up to help injured soldiers, rescue them both from the heartache of war?

About The Author

Liz Trenow is a former journalist who spent fifteen years on regional and national newspapers, and on BBC radio and television news, before turning her hand to fiction. The Forgotten Seamstress is her second novel. She lives in East Anglia with her artist husband, and they have two grown up daughters.  Find out more at


  1. You are so enthusiastic about these books I feel I shall have to read them. I have no time right now, but I won't forget!

  2. I love this kind of book Val. it's easy to be enthusiastic about it,


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