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From the author of Lost Angel, a tale of a tough life full of drama and misery.
Will she ever find a home where she can belong? The dramatic novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of LOST ANGEL. ALONE...Jennifer Lavender was a lonely child. She always felt like second best and desperately craved her parents love. ADOPTED...When Jenny learns she was adopted everything falls into place. But her dream of finding her real family can never be fulfilled - her mother died alone giving birth. ABANDONED... Now a grown woman, she attempts to fill her void by marrying Marcos. For a while she feels loved, but when the police show up at their door Jenny realises that her marriage is not what it seemed. Destitute, she is forced to move away and start again. ASTOUNDED... While adjusting to her new life by the sea, Jenny meets a young woman who will change her life forever. Together they search for the truth, but what they discover may be more than they can bear.
|Publication date:||1st October 2011|
|Publisher:||AVON, a division of HarperCollins Publishers Ltd an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Primary Genre||Relationship Stories|
Praise for Lost Angel: 'Lost Angel is a heart-breaking yet essentially uplifting and inspiring story, full of warmth, hope and the indomitable human ability to overcome adversity.
Lancashire Evening Post
'emotive story of loss and hope'
Peterborough Evening Telegraph
'A moving tale of love, hope and family.'
Closer Praise for Nobody
's Girl and Sins of the Father: 'This pageturner is a gritty tale of survival.'
'Heartbreakingly poignant and joltingly realistic. From the first page the characters and their lives drew me in. It combines wonderfully accurate historical detail with true gritty realism in a book that fans of misery lit won't want to miss.'
Annie Groves, author of Daughters of Liverpool
'Full of drama and heartache.'
'A gritty tale.'
Kitty Neale was raised in South London and this working-class area became the inspiration for her novels. In the 1980s she moved to Surrey with her husband and two children, but in 1998 there was a catalyst in her life when her son died, aged just 27. After working for 2 years with other bereaved parents in a support group, Kitty took up writing as a form of catharsis, and now lives in Spain with her husband. Lost Angel was a Sunday Times bestseller.More About Kitty Neale