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Baker & Son

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What awful secrets did his Aunt Dolly's precious portrait conceal? Vinegar Lane - the London street in Bethnal Green where Jack Pudden, 10, the baker's son, lived, saw the murder on his doorstep, there followed a family funeral. Jack accepted both as the norm, but when his father announced he was getting married again, this he could not accept. Sarah moved in almost at ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published December 30th 2011 by Createspace (first published September 18th 2011)
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Being the author, I would have to recommend this book, I hope you will enjoy it!
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D.F. Skertchly (known world over as Frank)

Frank Skertchly was born in St Giles High Street, London, "in the Twenties," and now lives in Sussex. He describes himself as "almost an orphan" as he was deposited in an institution at nine months and remained in similar places, until he felt old enough to run away – the first time aged seven. There followed lengthy service with the military and subsequen
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