Queen Camilla

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Penguin Books Limited, Sep 6, 2007 - Fiction - 464 pages
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What if being Royal was a crime? The UK has come over all republican. The Royal Family exiled to an Exclusion Zone with the other villains and spongers. And to cap it all, the Queen has threatened to abdicate. Yet Prince Charles is more interested in root vegetables than reigning unless his wife Camilla can be Queen in a newly restored monarchy. But when a scoundrel who claims to be the couple s secret lovechild offers to take the crown off their hands, the stage is set for a right Royal show down. And the question for Camilla (and rest of the country) will be: Queen of the vegetable patch or Queen of England?

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Sue Townsend- An Obituary 1946 - 2014

Sue Townsend was one of Britain's most popular, and most loved, writers with over 10 million copies of her books sold in the UK alone.

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3⁄4has sold over 20 million copies worldwide and has become a modern classic.

Born in Leicester in 1946, Sue left school at 15 years of age. She married at 18, and by 23 was a single parent with three children. She worked in a variety of jobs including factory worker, shop assistant, and as a youth worker on adventure playgrounds. She wrote in secret for twenty years, eventually joining a writers' group at the Phoenix Theatre, Leicester in her thirties.

At the age of 35, she won the Thames Television Playwright Award for her first play, Womberang, and started her writing career. Other plays followed including The Great Celestial Cow(1984), Ten Tiny Fingers, Nine Tiny Toes(1990), and most recently You, me and Wii(2010), but she became most famous for her series of books about Adrian Mole, which she originally began writing in 1975.

The first of these, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13 3⁄4was published in 1982 and was followed by The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole(1984). These two books made her the best-selling no

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