Diamond Star Halo - Tiffany Murray Reviews
Description:ISBN 1846272084 / Paperback: 400 pages / Publisher: Portobello Books Ltd / 2nd Edition: 22 Jan 2011
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Growing up in a rural recording studio, Halo Llewellyn is rarely ...
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by - written on 07/02/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I have recently gotten a Kindle and am making a real effort to read as much as I used to before the internet came along and distracted me. Therefore I check Amazon's daily Kindle deal every day for books that catch my eye. Diamond Star Halo by Tiffany Murray was one such book. I was seduced by the recommendation from Mark Radcliffe, a DJ I really like and an author in his own right. As it was only 99p, I eagerly downloaded this and raced through the book I was currently reading so that I could get stuck into this as soon as possible. THE AUTHOR Tiffany Murray grew up in the Welsh Borders with her mother and stepfather, a music producer. They ... Read the complete review
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