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Elizabeth Maine 1950s starlet, 70s sex symbol and 80s US soap queen has been lured out of retirement to star in Eastwood Avenue, a British soap opera. What her fans don’t know is that Elizabeth’s upper class image is a lie; she is really Lizzie Gallagher from Liverpool; a single mother at 15 she was forced to have her baby adopted and was disowned by her family. When her s ...more
377 pages
Published August 5th 2008 by Lulu.com
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Karen Mason was born in London in 1971 and still resides there. She has been writing since childhood and won her first accolade aged seven when she came second in the Blue Peter 'Write a Limerick for Goldie the Dog' competition. Fifteen years later she came second in the now defunct Me! Magazine, 'Write a Blockbuster' competition with an early novel called Violet's Children. She first published he ...more
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