Against the Odds - Lynda Page Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755301110 / Hardcover: 320 pages / Publisher: Headline Book Publishing / Published: 2 Feb 2004
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This is a review of the 2004 book 'Against the Odds' by Lynda Page. I wasn't expecting a lot from it as it was promoted on the back cover as a must read for Catherine Cookson fans (of which I am not particularly!). I do, however like the odd flutter on the horses so a book about betting is what sparked my interest. A bit about The book is set in the mid 1960s and begins with the main protagonist Lynnie Downs and her friends having a quick gas after work before their tea and we immediately have a bit of insight in to their lives as they are tempted to buy cheap goods from the local woman who cheats the system by stealing catalogue items. Lynnie's brother ... Read the complete review
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