SARAH ANN ELLIOTT Book 1: 1823-1829

by C. A. HOCKING

An Epic Family Saga based on a true story

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SARAH ANN ELLIOTT Book 1 is a poignant and harrowing story of one family’s struggle to survive the grim mill towns of 19th century England, and is the first in the series of SARAH ANN ELLIOTT books.

Sarah Ann Elliott was born in 1823 into a family of weavers whose lives were entirely dependent on the textile mills of the booming Northern England town of Stockport. Her family is much like any other with highs and lows, joys and sorrows, but when 10,000 spinners and weavers go on strike for nine months in the infamous 1829 Stockport Turnout, the Elliotts are plunged into a life of hardship and turmoil from which no one is spared.

Little Sarah Ann is swept along with the tide of events and it is only the love of her family and her indomitable spirit that carries her through.

Available at online bookstores as Ebook and Paperback. The Paperback is available in your local Bookstores. If it isn’t on their shelves, you can ask them to order it in.
Click on the Purchase Links below:

Ebook: Amazon Kindle  Other Online Bookstores

Paperback: Amazon;  Other Online Bookstores

Reviews on Amazon and/or Comments in the Reply Box below are very welcome.

REVIEWS

Efrona Mor

August 12, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

Anne H

8 April 2018

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

2 thoughts on “SARAH ANN ELLIOTT Book 1: 1823-1829”

  1. I really enjoyed your novel Sarah Ann Elliott. I live in Stockport and did not know about the 1820’s strikes until I read your book.

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