Duet

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Hachette Australia, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction - 544 pages
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Two Women... In a tiny German village, young Ellie nurtures glittering fantasies of the opera stage. Her ambition sets her on a path of deception, greed and regret. In London, teenage runaway Angie transforms herself into Penny Bright, darling of the pop scene. But a violent attack leaves her crippled by fear and drug addiction. Twenty years... One will steal the other's life and lose her greatest love. One will try to run from her past but will ultimately have to confront her darkest memories. But both of their lives are linked through the ambitious schemes of a record producer. One guilty secret... From the London glam-rock scene to the opera stages of Europe, from a remote Greek island to the sun-drenched coast and silent outback of Australia, this duet's final notes will not be sung until the heart-stopping climax, when a shadow from the past returns to claim them both.

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Review: Duet

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it was good. I agree with the other reviewers who say it was a bit long, and the sexual abuse part I feel the author may have wanted to use as a motive for George to give up the babies in case he turned out like his father, but she might have forgotten that motive in the mire of the story. Read full review

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User Review  - Ruth Bingham - Goodreads

Audiobook. Another good story from Kimberley Freeman, I have enjoyed all her books, as her story lines are interesting and different which include mystery, romance & adventure which keep you interested until the end. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Kimberley Freeman is an award-winning writer of historical and speculative fiction under her birth name, Kim Wilkins. As Kimberley Freeman she's written DUET, GOLD DUST and the internationally successful WILDFLOWER HILL.

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