This Is Your Song, Lola Rose - Donna Hay Reviews
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by - written on 10/05/08 (Very useful, 137 readings)
Usually, I begrudge spending £7 or £8 on a new book, partly because I can't afford that, and secondly I tend to get a lot of my books from charity shops now for just £1 each! However, I will make an exception for certain authors, and Donna Hay is one of those. I've loved all of her previous novels, and have recently read most of her back catalogue. So I excitedly ordered this from Amazon and set to reading it as soon as it had arrived.... sadly it was a real disappointment for me, and I was so looking forward to it as well! This Is Your Song, Lola Rose follows the character of Lola, a young policewoman living a lonely life. Her mother died when she was young, ... Read the complete review
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