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Clarice: Her Journey Through Life

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Clarice ia a country girl with an open heart, looking forward to life in the big city, with no idea of the hard knocks that await her... but she learns to deal with them all in her way, a secret way.

When she meets Terry, the love of her life, everything falls into place, but the predictions of Odessa, a Fortune teller lurk in the back of her mind. What did she mean by sayi
Paperback, 208 pages
Published May 4th 2011 by Authorhouse UK
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Oct 24, 2012 Adam rated it really liked it
What is it to be perfect? Is this even an attainable goal? Should every human being have a role model, someone to look up to and emulate? Are things always what they seem from the outside looking in? These are all questions that we ask ourselves, making us ponder our existence and purpose in society every day. These are the questions the main character in Harriet Maxwell’s Clarice: Her Journey Through Life asks on her journey down the road to discover who she really is and what the deeper ...more
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My Father died when I was six and, as an only child, I was raised by an older widowed Mother. At twelve I was sent Roedean school to board, and there the teachers told me that only work I would ever find would be in Art.

Nevertheless, partly due to my Mum's insistence, I went to Medical School and qualified as a doctor at the age of twenty two and practised, mostly as a Generalist till last March.
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