Tell Me No Lies

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 24, 2011 - Drama - 558 pages
The book itself; Tell me no lies, is about a middle aged recently divorced woman struggling to keep her sanity in a world she is naive to and blunders along bumping into one disaster after another. She believes herself to be independent and a strong woman but finds herself to be quite vulnerable and fragile suddenly entering a world of devious corrupt behaviour which envelopes her in fear and almost giving up, not knowing who to trust and then struggling financially to keep her head above water. Then events take a different turn once again. This book is amusing, sometimes sad but always positive.
 

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Contents

Chapter Twentytwo
163
Chapter Twentythree
182
Chapter Twentyfour
186
Chapter Twentyfive
198
Chapter Twentysix
214
Chapter Twentyseven
220
Chapter Twentyeight
247
Chapter Twentynine
252

Chapter Nine
65
Chapter Ten
72
Chapter Eleven
80
Chapter Twelve
87
Chapter Thirteen
90
Chapter Fourteen
99
Chapter Fifteen
111
Chapter Sixteen?
115
Chapter Seventeen
127
Chapter Eighteen
137
Chapter Nineteen
148
Chapter Twenty
154
Chapter Twentyone
158
Chapter Thirty
262
Chapter Thirtyone
273
Chapter Thirtytwo
279
Chapter Thirtythree
284
Chapter Thirtyfour
290
Chapter Thirtyfive
293
Chapter Thirtysix
326
Chapter Thirtyseven
411
Chapter Thirtyeight
438
Chapter Thirtynine
459
Chapter Forty
514
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About the author (2011)

Maxine-Rae was born in 1960 in Germany and growing up she travelled around Europe with her parents. Her father was a warrant officer in the army so she was well travelled by the time she settled in England. She worked as a hairdresser for thirty-five years and is currently working on a book called Confessions of a hairdresser.

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