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I Can't Forget You

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Derek Bailey is one of Britain's finest tenors. He never forgets Elspeth McPhail, the young Scottish house-keeper who worked for him when he was starting his career in the thirties. Although he becomes famous and successful his personal life is far from fulfilling. This novel covers Derek's professional and personal life over a span of forty ye
Paperback, 170 pages
Published July 2010 by Lulu
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Jean Collen is a writer, musician and retired teacher of classical singing and piano. She lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with her husband, Errol, a freelance English/Afrikaans translator, writer, proof-reader and editor.

While still in her teens and studying for her singing diploma with famous British duettists, Anne Ziegler (1910-2003) and Webster Booth (1902-1984) she was studio accompanist

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