7 Is the Secret Never to Be Told?

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AuthorHouse, Jan 19, 2007 - Fiction - 76 pages
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When Victoria Beckham appeared on the Parkinson Show she let the cat out of the bag as to what she calls David behind closed doors; hence the name Goldenballs became a national phenomena. However, what she did not realise was that there was another cat in there waiting to come out which would take everyone by surprise. What was it? Find out what the secret is in the seven letters that were sent to the Beckhams shortly after appearing on the show. Moreover, why do you have to separate the wood from the trees to solve it? Why do you also need a clue from Elton John? Solve the secret which worked its way all the way to the attention of Her Majesty at Buckingham Palace. A bird in the hand is worth two in a bush because if they fly away there's none, So solve the secret while you can before the chance has gone!   www.goldenbrush.co.uk                                                                                                        

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I cannot say too much about myself since my name is tied up with the secret in the book.

However, what I can say is that although I do not as yet have a release date for my book, I do have a definite date for my first signing. This is to be held at Waterstones at the Trafford Centre in Manchester on 7.7.07. It is here where I am displaying 'Send it like Beckham', my original drawing of David personally signed by him, including the no.7. This has come to be known as GOLDENBALLS by GOLDENBRUSH

 According to a little bird this could be a perfect mystery; only you can decide. What I can say is that it is a perfect date to add value to the book by getting a signed copy; a date that will not be repeated for another century!

A BIRD IN THE HAND IS WORTH TWO IN A BUSH, BECAUSE IF THEY FLY AWAY THERE'S NONE,

SO GET YOUR COPY SIGNED ON THIS SPECIAL DAY BEFORE THE CHANCE HAS GONE!

 

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