June by June Whitham Holroyd
Tempered Steel

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%June: Tempered Steel, the second volume of author June Holroyd’s memoirs, continues where the first volume, Roots of Steel, finished. This volume picks up in the 1950s, including recollections of her career and her family life over the years. Holroyd describes her intriguing life in intimate and amusing detail, tracing her path through the present day.

Praise for the June: Roots of Steel

“A great story, and a wonderful evocation of recent history. I found the story of a pioneering woman architect fascinating. Her story of life in England during WWII is engrossing and made even better by the inclusion of letters, which the author wrote at that time. The author projects a feisty temperament, which, along with her obvious talent, must have been a big help in opening career doors and achieving such a fulfilling life. Her observations of the relationships between England and the US are thought-provoking.”
—A reader of June: Roots of Steel
 

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Published October 18, 2011 by iUniverse. 204 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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