The Deception of Innocent Eyes

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AuthorHouse, May 11, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages

The Deception of Innocent Eyes” is the autobiography of a British born Asian from a cultured family observant of liberal values and beliefs, who married in 1998. She relates her experiences, following her brief yet shadowed marriage and describes how she and her family coped. After studying at University, she decided to follow a then male dominated career in IT. Her memoir, supported by detailed recollections, is a fascinating story of determination to succeed in life accompanied by fortuitous luck. This book reinforces the need for future generations to listen and understand. “The Deception of Innocent Eyes” follows the pain and heart felt determination to build a stolen life, once again.

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About the author (2006)

The Deception of Innocent Eyes is Deepi Sagoo’s first book to be published in which she has selectively included a personal range of poetry.

A graduate of two London Universities and the eldest of two children, Deepi Sagoo follows her chosen career path within the IT industry and enjoys writing in her spare time. Born and brought up in West Sussex, she now lives in Middlesex where she pursues her interests in life.

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