Blue Days & Fair Helen Burton

ISBN: 9781908596932

Published: November 28th 2011

Paperback

200 pages


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Blue Days & Fair  by  Helen Burton

Blue Days & Fair by Helen Burton
November 28th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 200 pages | ISBN: 9781908596932 | 3.22 Mb

Danny Devaney leads a charmed, Walter Mitty-like existence at Mildenhoe in the Cambridge Fens, where he is skipper of a Wellington Bomber. His days as pianist with Hernando at the Casa Dorada have ensured his popularity. Three very different womenMoreDanny Devaney leads a charmed, Walter Mitty-like existence at Mildenhoe in the Cambridge Fens, where he is skipper of a Wellington Bomber. His days as pianist with Hernando at the Casa Dorada have ensured his popularity.

Three very different women enter Devaneys world- two of them know far too much about his past and disaster looms large. Devaneys parents and adored young sister have been wiped out in one of Birminghams worst air raids, his loyal crew are set to discover his duplicity and, finally, the captivating melody he penned for Dixie Slane in 1939 returns to haunt him.



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