Brenton Brown by Alex Wheatle

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Brenton Brown is a fatal love story about a man who mever got over his first love and has been unable to form any real relationships since. That first perfect love was with his half-sister and cannot be.

About Alex Wheatle

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Alex Wheatle, was born in South London. He is currently working with Book Trust to introduce literature to the dispossessed. He organises and holds workshops in prisons and young adult institutions.
Published June 23, 2011 by BlackAmber Inspirations. 294 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Juliet is consumed with guilt because she knows that her half-brother, Brenton, grew up in children's homes with no family while she received all her mother's love.

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