About this book
A vivid and compelling memoir recounting the real lives, loves and friendships of 1940s Soho and its working girls. Barbara Tate escaped her loveless home in London to become a working girl in Soho, in the aftermath of WWII. She soon learnt that she needed to be nursemaid, protector and confidante to her friend and mentor, the impossible, adorable and self-destructive Mae. Tate died in 2009. 'A splendidly evocative memoir' "Mail On Sunday"
A vivid and compelling memoir recounting the real lives, loves and friendship of 1940s Soho and its working girls.
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