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Someone To Trust
June Francis
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Someone To Trust

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Plucky Lucy Linden supports her widowed mother and little brother, selling firewood and toffee apples on the streets of Liverpool. Her uncanny ability to be in the right place at the wrong time gets her noticed by a young policeman, Rob Jones. At first Rob is amused by her exploits, but when he learns how tough life is for Lucy, he decides to keep a watchful eye on her - ...more
Published (first published January 8th 2001)
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Although, June was born in the seaside resort of Blackpool, she has lived all her life in the port of Liverpool, home of the Beatles. One of four children, her love of stories began when her father told her 'The Little Match Girl', which left her in floods of tears, but also with a desire to make up stories, herself. As soon as she could read she was doing a three mile walk to the local library. ...more
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