Life According to Lubka - Laurie Graham Reviews
Description:ISBN 184724503X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Laurie Graham / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2009-06-04 by Quercus Publishing Plc
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Beryl "Buzz" Wexler, a successful American record company executive living in London, is elated to receive a phone-call from the organisers of the prestigious Urbies awards telling her that she's going to be given a lifetime achievement award. However, her joy soon turns to despair when her boss puts her on a new assignment; one of the staff in the "World Music" department of the company has been taken ill and the boss needs Beryl to stand in for her, looking after a singing troupe of middle-aged Bulgarian women. Beryl doesn't want to do it: she's too cool for this gig, after all wasn't it Beryl that discovered hit bands like Angry Belgians and Ear ... Read the complete review
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