Bernie Morris Bobby's Girl

ISBN 13: 9780595007127

Bobby's Girl

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9780595007127: Bobby's Girl

TEXT FOR AUTHOR BIO: Bernie Morris was born in 1946 and raised in London's East End. She was educated at Notre Dame Convent in Southwark. Although she always wrote poems, Bernie never thought of seriously writing until 1987, when she wrote six novels in the space of a year. This is one of them. Apart from writing, Bernie's leisure-time pursuits include: astrology, drawing, compiling crosswords, dingbatats, and really daft jokes. She is married to a wonderful man (Bob), who reads all her work, puts up with her jokes, and even does the shopping. TEXT FOR BOOK DESCRIPTION: A story of adolescent turmoil, set in the golden years of Rock n Roll. The background is one of blitzed ruins, in Londons aftermath of the War. Things are getting better, but the teenagers still feel deprived and resentful. Bernie and Jon meet in school at the age of 10 years, and they become best friends. As they get older, however, they realise that they are in love. They also know that they will receive much opposition from their parents; therefore their love is top secret, until they are old enough to reveal it. They become engaged at the age of 13, then Jon mysteriously disappears. Bernie has several good friends who would seem to be helping her to find Jon

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Bernie Morris was born in 1946 and raised in Londons East End. She was educated at Notre Dame Convent in Southwark. Although she always wrote poems, Bernie never thought of seriously writing until 1987, when she wrote 6 novels in the space of a year. This is one of them. Apart from writing, Bernies leisure-time pursuits include: astrology; drawing; compiling crosswords, dingbats, and really daft jokes. She is married to a wonderful man (Bob), who reads all her work, puts up with her jokes, and even does the shopping.

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