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The other side of happiness / Pamela Evans.

By: Evans, Pamela.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Leicester : Thorpe, 2012Description: 488 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444809404(lg print).Subject(s): Nineteen sixties -- Fiction | Single mothers -- Fiction | London (England) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- FictionGenre/Form: General fiction.
Contents:
The 1960s - a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities - are full of promise for typist Sadie Bell. She lives with her parents and brothers in Hammersmith. When she meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, they fall head over heels in love, and, impatient to be married, they move in to Paul's parents' home in Surrey, until they can afford their own place. Then, tragically, their joy short-lived, Sadie finds herself returning to London alone, pregnant and heartbroken. However, supported by her family and close friend, Brenda, she finds a new sense of purpose when Rosie is born. But life has more surprises in store for Sadie, and a terrible secret threatens to take everything away from her once more...
Summary: The 1960s - a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities - are full of promise for typist Sadie Bell. She lives with her parents and brothers in Hammersmith. When she meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, they fall head over heels in love, and, impatient to be married, they move in to Paul's parents' home in Surrey, until they can afford their own place. Then, tragically, their joy short-lived, Sadie finds herself returning to London alone, pregnant and heartbroken. However, supported by her family and close friend, Brenda, she finds a new sense of purpose when Rosie is born. But life has more surprises in store for Sadie, and a terrible secret threatens to take everything away from her once more...
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For typist Sadie Bell, the 1960s promise a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities. Young and carefree, she lives happily with her parents and older brothers in Hammersmith. When Sadie meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, it marks the beginning of a new chapter in her life.

The 1960s - a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities - are full of promise for typist Sadie Bell. She lives with her parents and brothers in Hammersmith. When she meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, they fall head over heels in love, and, impatient to be married, they move in to Paul's parents' home in Surrey, until they can afford their own place. Then, tragically, their joy short-lived, Sadie finds herself returning to London alone, pregnant and heartbroken. However, supported by her family and close friend, Brenda, she finds a new sense of purpose when Rosie is born. But life has more surprises in store for Sadie, and a terrible secret threatens to take everything away from her once more...

The 1960s - a decade of mini-skirts, pop music and endless possibilities - are full of promise for typist Sadie Bell. She lives with her parents and brothers in Hammersmith. When she meets Paul Winston at a Cliff Richard concert, they fall head over heels in love, and, impatient to be married, they move in to Paul's parents' home in Surrey, until they can afford their own place. Then, tragically, their joy short-lived, Sadie finds herself returning to London alone, pregnant and heartbroken. However, supported by her family and close friend, Brenda, she finds a new sense of purpose when Rosie is born. But life has more surprises in store for Sadie, and a terrible secret threatens to take everything away from her once more...

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