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Passing Strangers

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"Losing isn't a word in my vocabulary".

Thus spoke Chase Banister, male chauvinist, who was intent upon selling his aunt's cottage. He seemed not to care that Melanie not only owned it but loved it and was determined to keep it. How could he do this to her when she had problems enough in trying to support herself and little Ben? Why didn't he just go away and leave her in p
Paperback, 188 pages
Published September 1992 by Mills & Boon (first published 1992)
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Margaret Callaghan was born on 1953 in Liverpool, England, UK. She was brought up and educated in the nearby market town of Ormskirk, Lancashire, famed for its gingerbread and its unusual parish church boasting both steeple and tower.
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