On the day of her beloved father's funeral, Harriet's grandmother tells her that Joyce, the woman she has always called Mam, isnt her real mother after all. At least that explains why Joyce has always favoured Harriet's brother, Grant - blood is thicker than water. Her emotions in turmoil, Harriet discovers a streak of rebellion that puts into jeopardy everything she holds dear. Can she come back from the brink or will her life be full of lonely teardrops?
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Freda Lightfoot was born and brought up in the mill towns of Lancashire. She has been a teacher, bookseller and smallholder but began her writing career by publishing over forty short stories and articles and five historical romances. She divides her time between her flat in the Lake District and her house in a small mountain village in Spain. To find out more information, visit Fredas website at www.fredalightfoot.co.uk
Lonely Teardrops by Freda Lightfoot
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Hodder & Stoughton General Division
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