Lime Street Blues

Lime Street Blues

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'Sadie stopped washing the dishes to listen to the sound of her children singing in the distance, accompanied by the faint strum of a guitar. "What a voice our Rita's got," she marvelled. "I never realised it was quite so powerful. If only their dad was here, he'd be desperately proud." ' It is the heady sixties and Liverpool is the place to be. The Flowers, the Baileys and the McDowds are three very different Liverpool families bound together by just one thing: music. The children are determined to be part of the glamour that surrounds Liverpool so, when Sean, Lachlan and Max form The Merseysiders and Jeannie and Rita become part of The Flower Girls, they put their hearts and souls into their performances and achieve success beyond their wildest dreams. The greatest star of all is Sean McDowd, adored by women everywhere, yet unable to get his first love out of his mind. But Jeannie Flowers has married Lachlan and no-one is prepared for the deceits and betrayals that lie ahead. This wonderful novel spans forty years, recalling a magic and dangerous time, and is full of the tenderness, perception and drama we have come to expect from Maureen more

Product details

  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • 160 x 234 x 38mm | 680.4g
  • Orion Publishing Co
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0752838059
  • 9780752838052

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LIVERPOOL DAILY POST - interview with Maureen 25th November Syndicated reviews thoughout the local press including: ABERDEEN EVENING EXPRESS - review 21 December WEST CUMBRIA NEWS & STAR - review 21 December NI NEWSLETTER - DORshow more

About Maureen Lee

Bestselling author Maureen Lee was born in Bootle and lives in Colchester, Essex. As well as her novels, she has had a play professionally staged. Maureen won the 2000 RNA Award for her novel DANCING IN THE more

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208 ratings
4.07 out of 5 stars
5 42% (87)
4 32% (66)
3 20% (41)
2 6% (12)
1 1% (2)
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