Till We Meet Again - Lesley Pearse Reviews
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Lesley Pearse Till We Meet Again
Pages: 512, Hardcover, Michael Joseph Ltd
Last Update 22.05.2013 04:13
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by - written on 28/01/13 (Very useful, 11 readings)
This story is about two young girls who became friends this unlikely friendship blossomed even though they were both from troubled families, maybe even because of it. They both had their little secrets which we become more aware of a little further into the book. Because of this friendship early on they were to be linked in life much later on once more. This is where their true friendship is tested to the limit. Beth determined to get herself out from under a very troubled family life, goes into law and becomes a Lawyer for the courts for the people who cannot represent themselves. Having been given a case load she finds herself staring down at an old ... Read the complete review
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