Flying Free

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Author House, Aug 13, 2007 - Family & Relationships - 328 pages
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Flying free is the fictional story of a young boy growing up in the north of England. His family are totally absorbed in their sport but the introduction of higher stakes, disloyalty and dishonesty means they struggle to adapt to the changes which are taking place.
 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
9
Chapter Three
20
Chapter Four
28
Chapter Five
36
Chapter Six
43
Chapter Seven
55
Chapter Eight
64
Chapter Twentythree
179
Chapter Twentyfour
188
Chapter Twentyfive
198
Chapter Twentysix
205
Chapter Twentyseven
210
Chapter Twentyeight
216
Chapter Twentynine
226
Chapter Thirty
233

Chapter Nine
69
Chapter Ten
77
Chapter Eleven
85
Chapter Twelve
92
Chapter Thirteen
96
Chapter Fourteen
104
Chapter Fifteen
114
Chapter Sixteen
122
Chapter Seventeen
129
Chapter Eighteen
139
Chapter Nineteen
148
Chapter Twenty
155
Chapter Twentyone
162
Chapter Twentytwo
168
Chapter Thirtyone
240
Chapter Thirtytwo
246
Chapter Thirtythree
251
Chapter Thirtyfour
256
Chapter Thirtyfive
264
Chapter Thirtysix
271
Chapter Thirtyseven
280
Chapter Thirtyeight
291
Chapter Thirtynine
297
Chapter Forty
304
Chapter Fortyone
309
Chapter Fortytwo
315
Back Cover
323
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About the author (2007)

Jim Bremner grew up in Newcastle in the 1950's and 60's his family were heavily involved in breeding and racing pigeons.

Jim served in the Fire Service for twenty eight years. He is now retired with a grown up family and spends his time travelling with his wife and writing. This is the first of five books he has written.

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