It is 1943, and a month into their service as Land Girls, Bee, Anne
and Pauline are dispatched to a remote farm in rural Scotland. Here
they are introduced to the realities of 'lending a hand on the
land', as back-breaking work and inhospitable weather mean they
struggle to keep their spirits high. Soon one of the girls falters,
and Bee and Pauline receive a new posting to a Northumberland dairy
farm. Detailing their friendship, daily struggles and romantic
intrigues with a lightness of touch, Barbara Whitton's
autobiographical novel paints a sometimes funny, sometimes bleak
picture of time spent in the Women's Land Army during the Second
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