The Dressmaker’s Secret by Rosalie Ham – Our Review
Twenty years since the much loved, The Dressmaker was published which was later made it to the outstanding film by director Jocelyn Moorhouse, the author is back with it’s sequel, The Dressmakers Secret.
This book is best read with a refreshed memory of the storyline and characters in The Dressmaker because it picks up where the first book left off.
In Melbourne in 1953, excitement and anticipation are at an all time high the society class are preparing to celebrate the coronation of the young Queen to be.
Talented young Tilly Dunnage is forced to work for a pittance in a dingy second rate boutique as she strives for anonymity after a suspicious fire destroyed her country town, for which she is the main suspect.
But when her fabulous fashions begin to make the newspapers her cover is blown, and those desperate for revenge are fast catching up with her.
Review by Lydia @ Great Escape Books