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Opposite The Cross Keys: An East Anglian Childhood

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published March 14th 1988 by Constable (first published January 1st 1988)
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precocious little girl inhabits two worlds -- her somewhat indulgent middle class family with strong minded nanny, and the nannys extremely poor family that lives a few miles away.
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"One of the purest lyric voices in the mystery field" New York Times Book Review

Sylvia Theresa Haymon was born in Norwich, and is best known for her eight crime fiction novels featuring the character Inspector Ben Jurnet. Haymon also wrote two non-fiction books for children, as well as two memoirs of her childhood in East Anglia.

The Ben Jurnet series enjoyed success in both the UK and the US durin
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