The girl from simons bay is a beautifully written book about love between a british naval office in the second world war and a coloured girl from simons town intent on bettering herself by successfully training as a nurse. The girl from simons bay written by barbara mutch review by marilyn sherlock simons town is on the coast of south africa and dominated by the royal navy port in 1937 the dockyard is busy with ships from all over the world coming and going but two years later at the outbreak of wwii it is busier than ever. A seashell holds echoes of a forbidden wartime romance 1937 louise ahrendts daughter of a shipbuilder is at home in simons town a vibrant community in the union of south africa with a royal navy port at its heart. The girl from simons bay barbara mutch 1937 simons town is a vibrant and diverse community in a picturesque part of the union of south africa with a royal navy port at the towns heart. The girl from simons bay is a love story set in the authors native south africa against the backdrop of the second world war louise ahrendts and lieutenant david horrocks meet amid the hive of activity that is the royal navy port at simons bay near cape town
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