Maybe they'll remember me.

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About the author:
Philip Newey, once an Anglican priest, then an evolutionary biologist, has now turned his hand to the writing of fiction. Born in the UK, he emigrated with his parents to Australia in 1966 at the age of 8. He now resides in Cairns, in far north Queensland.

Maybe they'll remember me.

Authored by Mr Philip S Newey

During and after the Second World War, Harold, a young sailor in the British Merchant Navy, serving on the Queen Mary, falls in love with the wild, impetuous Kate. But Kate's dreams to become an actress and a singer, and her growing success, prevent her from making a life with Harold. So Harold meets and marries Maggie...
Fifty years later, Gregory, the middle-aged son of Harold and Maggie, hears the tumultuous story of his parents' lives from the now elderly Kate, living in present day Switzerland. What he learns turns his life upside down.
This is a confronting and moving love story, set mainly against the background of wartime and postwar Britain. Who we are, who we choose to become; the decisions we make and their consequences. This is the stuff of life with which the story confronts the reader.

Publication Date:
148006632X / 9781480066328
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Literary

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