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3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  105 ratings  ·  12 reviews
On the run, Frankie unknowingly stumbles across a dangerous secret, a secret so powerful that men will stop at nothing to protect it. She tries to build a new life, but you can only stay anonymous when no one wants to find you. Hunted by both the police and shadowy assailants with powerful connections, the odds are stacked against a woman who will do whatever it takes to p ...more
Paperback, 365 pages
Published March 29th 1973 by Penguin Books
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Elena Love
So...I've got to admit that I loved this book..I barely read books that have to do with ordinary and every day things...I don't say that Frankie's life was ordinary but I prefer science fiction books and stuff like that.Frankie is an amazing and really brave character. I love the way she handles things and doesn't let anything break her.Alright,she actually broke in the end when they took Jasper but she was ready to give her life for her baby and that's amazing and really brave.I expected her to ...more
If "About the Author" in the press release is to be believed, then in FRANKIE, Kevin Lewis is writing about a world not that far from the one he grew up in.

On a cold London evening Frankie, a young woman with a sad past, now living on the streets, has no choice when a drug dealer, pimp and lowlife targets the very young Mary - a recent street kid, still pretty, still not drawn into addiction and degradation. Frankie fights for Mary and the pimp dies. Frankie is now not just on the streets with h
Anna Krova
Should be a special gift for all runaways
At the starting the book was really slow and and it gains the pace towards the end. The book is is not having a that much good plot and but the way of storytelling overcomes these faults.
Brit McCarthy
This book surprised me. I picked it up for a couple of bucks at Borders and really wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. It was well written, fast paced and had a great - and original - storyline.
Nurture Waratah
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I was so captivated from the beginning to end that I read this in just two days. My poor chores felt so neglected :-(. I highly recommend this novel.
Read the first novel by Kevin Lewis called Kaitlyn and was looking forward to this one,and it didn't disapoint loved it
A story hard to put down. A fast storyline with a nice narration. Very exciting and entertaining.
Carol Barron
i read this book and i enjoyed it from beginning to end, a must read
Gwyneth Walker
I couldn't put this book down, the only book I've ever read twice.
Fantastic book. I read it in two days flat.
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Born in 1970 in Southeast London, Kevin's childhood years were spent in the city's rough council estates. The violent and depraved conditions that Kevin lived in are documented in his autobiographical books The Kid and The Kid Moves On. Today Kevin combines his creative skill with his knowledge of the inner cities to write novels with gritty realism. Kevin currently lives in Surrey with his wife a ...more
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