Jackpot Julie

Julie Jacobs' number's up. Her marriage is on the rocks after she emptied a joint bank account - blowing the lot on bingo. With huge debts, her perfect life comes crashing down on the same day her husband loses his job. Julie fears her addiction has killed her marriage. She is on a mission to win back her husband's trust - but is tempted into dishonesty. A compelling read about addiction. More

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About Belinda Bennett

Belinda Bennett started writing fiction at primary school. Always passionate about creative writing, her talents were diverted to journalism in her late teens after both her parents died.

Belinda lived and breathed newspapers 24/7 for 32 years. She covered everything from murders to parish council meetings, and was notorious for eating all the sandwiches at the monthly chamber of commerce gatherings in her home town of Honiton, Devon. Newspapers were her world - until it dawned on her that the industry she loved was in terminal decline.

She always thought she would be the last rat to abandon the sinking ship but, in the end, walked the plank before she was pushed.

A fierce supporter of the underdog, hence a Corbyn-ite, she is a political activist and supports causes that help the homeless and those whose lives have been blighted by addiction.

Belinda is a freelance copywriter and lives by the sea on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, England.

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* The young woman featured on the covers of many of her books is, in fact, her daughter, Fern Brock.

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