After her mother's death, a woman heads out on her own and is pulled into several history-making events including women's suffrage and World War I. She's driven by her wits and desire to create a better life for herself and others.
Joan Allway is a bright college-educated young woman. Following her mother's sudden death, she moves to London to find work. She considers it a land of opportunity where she can start a career and fend for herself. On her journey to independence she's sidetracked by many obstacles leading her down an unexpected path. Her passion about journalism, politics, and ethics will bring her to the frontlines of the Great War.
All Roads Lead to Calvary was published later in Jerome's career but maintains his signature tone and style. He delivers a compelling heroine whose story helps shape the narrative of the past and present.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of All Roads Lead to Calvary is both modern and readable.