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Sally Keeble

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Flora Munro has choices to make after her violent husband dies. What to do with her newfound freedom? And how to respond when a former admirer comes calling?

This novella takes a deep dive into the emotional life of a woman finding herself after an unhappy marriage. Flora navigates her difficult course with the help of neighbours: wayward Annie and enigmatic Wee Jimmy. Their drama is played out against the kaleidoscope of sounds, sights and social changes of the 1960s.

"Flora's Choice" is a lively follow-up to "She, You, I." It  is due for publication shortly, and will be provided free of charge to all subscribers to Sally's newsletter - a sign-up link is below.

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She, You, I

Huge welcome for Sally Keeble's debut novel

"I couldn't put it down."

"A Catherine Cookson with plenty of upheaval."

"A gem of a book."

"Family saga at its best."

These are just some of the praise for“She, You, I." It follows the fortunes of Skye Stanhope's family over three generations.  ​

And as Skye strips away the layers of secrecy - in a journey that takes her from Edinburgh, to London and finally a town in northern France - she finds emotional scars that never healed.

It's an emotional page-turner about life and love and women finding freedom.

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Stories behind the story

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"She,You, I" is fiction - but there are some real-life stories behind it. Here's more about the wedding dress that inspired Maisie, the airbase where she served, Alan Turing, her husband's hero, the City financial crash, and the Chinese Labour Corps' cemetery. You can scroll the pictures or follow the 'go to link' to discover the special pages on each story.

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