Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday

Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday

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Ruby Tuesday Moon grew up hating everything about her life. Her daft name, her hand-me-down clothes, her mother's habit of turning up to school parents' evenings dressed like Shirley Bassey. Most of all she hated being the daughter of Normanford's only single parent, failed nightclub singer and resident goodtime girl, Sadie Moon. As soon as she could, she decided to quit Yorkshire. She bought a one-way ticket to London, changed her name and escaped - for ever, so she thought. But nearly twenty years on, fate has conspired to send Roo Hennessey, now a successful management consultant, back to Normanford. Back to the friends and family she once knew too well, and the boy who broke her heart. And back to the infamous Sadie, now in her 50s and still acting like a teenager. But as Roo discovers, there are two sides to every story. Perhaps the past is not exactly as she remembers it ...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 152 x 230 x 30mm | 521.64g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0752860224
  • 9780752860220

About Donna Hay

Donna Hay is a TV journalist. She has been a regular soaps correspondent of What's On TV magazine for nine years, and since 1998 she has had her own column in TV Times. In 1999 she won the Romantic Novelists' Association New Writers' Award for her first novel WAITING IN THE WINGS. Donna Hay lives in York with her husband and daughter.
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'This is a warm, witty and entertaining novel full of humour and sparkle.' IRISH NEWS 'Donna Hay's bustling book is packed and poignant. The characters are well realised and alluring and there are a far few twists and turns along the way.' N.I.NEWSLETTER
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