Maggie by Marie Maxwell
A gripping saga set in the swinging sixties

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1960s. Maggie Wheaton’s life is almost perfect. Confident, bright and
popular, she lives with her loving, wealthy parents in a close-knit
Cambridgeshire village. But, just days after her sixteenth birthday, her world
falls apart: an accident kills both her parents, and then she suffers the
ultimate betrayal when she learns a life-changing family secret. Maggie has no choice but to go and live with her appointed guardian, Ruby
Riordan, in the seaside town of Southend, where she sets out on a deliberate
path of self-destruction. Will Ruby be able to save her from herself, or is it
all too little too late?

About Marie Maxwell

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Marie Maxwell was born in London and after living here, there and everywhere, now lives happily by the sea in Essex. Her varied working life has included jobs as an air hostess, a teacher and a social worker, and she has been a freelance feature writer for many years. Marie also writes books under the name Bernardine Kennedy.
Published May 1, 2015 by Severn House Digital. 352 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction