Eight Ten to Charing Cross

In the second part of her memoir of growing up in industrial North Kent, Jean continues her story now as a teenager in the 1950s. Yearning to escape the confines of her working class family and a mundane future as an office worker via a fast track to fame and fortune she settles for the reflected glory of typing for the rising stars of popular music and her rich fantasy life remains. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781311158789
About Jean Hendy-Harris

I grew up in England and spent a number of years in London before moving to New Zealand where I became a doctor's wife and brought up three children. I moved from being an office worker to free lance writing during my twenties and at that time wrote short stories for women's magazines and articles on child care and early learning. After educating my children for ten years I wrote a home schooling memoir (PUTTING THE JOY BACK INTO EGYPT - Hodder & Stoughton) I have also written several literature themed books for teachers (Ashton Scholastic) and a variety of texts and articles on education. I am a newcomer to Smashwords.

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