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A Sister's Shame

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They'd give up everything to dance on stage, but could they lose each other?

London's East End, 1934. Eighteen-year-old twins Marie and Vesta Haskins work at the local shoe factory to bring in a few pennies for the family, but they've never given up on their dream of treading the boards in the West End. When a brand new East End club opens its doors, the girls audition for
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ebook, 464 pages
Published August 2nd 2012 by Simon & Schuster UK (first published August 1st 2012)
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Megan Readinginthesunshine
Me and my Nan have always been a huge fan of Carol Rivers, so I was really looking forward to reading her latest book, A Sister’s Shame.

Set in London’s East End, twins Marie and Vesta have big dreams of a life on the stage. The very talented girls soon land their dream job doing their cabaret act at the club run by the Scoresby brothers. Marie soon catches on to what the Scoresby brothers are up to, but Vesta, blinded by her own ambitions and under the spell of the Scoresby’s right-hand man Tedd
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May 21, 2013 Kazimiera pendrey rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: unfinished, not-like
what more can i say ijust did not like this book at all
Marie Clydesdale
absolutely loved this book, I found myself really caring about the characters , and totally got engrossed in the story, another winner from Carol
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