The Other Family

The Other Family

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Meet Lindsay, a single woman in her 50's who lives in Croydon, South London, Lindsay has always been curious about tracing her grandfather's family tree, she discovers her grandfather had another family and sets out to try and find the other family, but will it be the happy ending Lindsay is looking for?. Relishing the work involved in researching your family tree, Lindsay starts a course to become a qualified Genealogist and sets up her own business, her first client is looking for her elderly long lost brother Tom, as Lindsay sets out to find Tom, she meets Pippa his daughter and gets drawn into the online vice world, donning a red wig she becomes Red Dixie a lesbian lover performing for whoever is willing to pay to watch, but someone knows about her night time activities and he wants Red Dixie all to himself. Soon unwanted gifts are being left for Lindsay at her flat, she is being stalked and think she knows who it is, but is it? the danger is closer to home than she realises, who will save Lindsay? and will she get the happy ending that she wants when she finds the other family.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 254 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 345g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514311135
  • 9781514311134

About Linda A Hardy

Linda A. Hardy was born in 1963 in Croydon, South London, at the age of nine her family emigrated to Australia and she grew up in Perth, Western Australia, she now resides in Queensland. This is her debut novel. You can follow Linda A. Hardy on Twitter @LindaAHardy
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