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One Last Summer

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PURGATORY: Ever thought what it might be like? Free at last after three long years of caring for his ailing father, Morris loads his new campervan ready to travel around the countryside and recover from his father's death. Only unknown to him his destination will be far more remote than he could have ever imagined - and with an unnoticed passenger on board. Now with five ...more
Kindle Edition, 80 pages
Published May 27th 2011 by Amazon.co.uk
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Seumas Gallacher
May 10, 2014 Seumas Gallacher rated it really liked it
....a thinking man’s read...

...intriguing story, spun well... after a slowish start, well worth staying the course, with excellent surprising twists... one man’s journey simultaneously away from and toward his own life... leaves readers asking the question of themselves, ‘how much of our own lives are lived in the dark recesses of the mind and how much in the real world?’... a thinking man’s read... well done, Mister Neal....
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I was born in Streatham, south London UK on the17th June 1953. Our family then moved from London to Southend-on-Sea, Essex in 1956 where I subsequently went to Fairfax High School and was educated to a 'general standard' before leaving at the age of fifteen with passes in Art, General Science and English. That same year I was then recruited by a small printing company in London as a mes
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