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Bobby's Girl

Bobby's Girl

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By (author) Catrin Collier

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  • Publisher: ALLISON & BUSBY
  • Format: Electronic book text | 416 pages
  • Publication date: 23 June 2011
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0749040467
  • ISBN 13: 9780749040468
  • Sales rank: 1,596,150

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"Cape Cod Standard", Monday Sept 2nd 1968. In the early hours of Sunday morning a custom built, imported European automobile left the approach road to the Brosna Estate, crashed and burst into flames. Eyewitnesses reported seeing the vehicle with four people inside, being driven erratically before the incident. The vehicle is registered to Robert 'Bobby' Brosna, heir to the multi-million-dollar Brosna Empire. Rumours that he was at the wheel remain unconfirmed. America 1968. Protests against the Vietnam War, for Civil Rights, sit-ins, love-ins, happenings - youth pitted against the establishment, hoping to create a better world. Everyone has one special summer. For British students Penny and Kate, and Americans Bobby and Sandy, it was that summer on Cape Cod. Warm languid days filled with love, laughter and music. Until the night Bobby's car crashed and burst into flames, and a bitter old woman took control, changing the survivors' lives for ever. One of the four was killed, another damaged; a third disappeared never to be seen by family or friends again. Penny survived, only to be haunted for almost twenty years by a dark and dangerous secret. Then a letter arrives asking Penny to return to America to help right the wrongs of that fateful night. But has she the courage?

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