Three Steps To Heaven

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It's the 1960's and Eddie Mellor is unhappy in his shotgun marriage; hates his boring factory job and is not unduly bothered when he is sacked. His young son Jonny, and his dreams of becoming a famous rock drummer with The Raiders, a career he was forced to shelve when he married Angie, are the two things that keep him going. But Eddie's luck is about to change for the better... Three Steps to Heaven is the first novel in a trilogy spanning forty years and the lives and loves of...
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Overview

It's the 1960's and Eddie Mellor is unhappy in his shotgun marriage; hates his boring factory job and is not unduly bothered when he is sacked. His young son Jonny, and his dreams of becoming a famous rock drummer with The Raiders, a career he was forced to shelve when he married Angie, are the two things that keep him going. But Eddie's luck is about to change for the better... Three Steps to Heaven is the first novel in a trilogy spanning forty years and the lives and loves of the Mellor and Cantello families.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484922835
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/24/2013
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.96 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2013

    First book in a series of great rock'n'roll stories set in the U

    First book in a series of great rock'n'roll stories set in the UK. Highly recommended if you enjoy nostalgia set in the sixties.

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  • Posted February 12, 2012

    A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE!

    WARNING: you’ll have difficulty putting this book down! Everything about this book screams 5 star read. The characters are realistic and their everyday lives are what we can relate to – until they become famous, that is. I for one can’t relate to being a rock star, but it doesn’t mean I can’t go along for the ride! The plot flows well and keeps you hooked and the author’s writing is simple and straightforward. She calls a spade, a spade and doesn’t shy away from controversy. You’ll find yourself nodding your head in agreement from time to time, or smiling because you can relate to a certain event or just wipe a tear at times because you can feel what the characters feel, especially when they are faced with every parent’s worst nightmare. “Three Steps to Heaven” has a distinct British flavour to it which I enjoyed for a change. It also has its own soundtrack and if you grew up in the sixties, this will certainly take you down memory lane. If, like me, the nineties is more your thing, you’ll have the second book in this trilogy to look forward to. No matter what your age though, you’ll love this story and feel you’ve made new friends, once you finish the book. I officially deem myself Pam Howes’ number one fan and can’t wait to get my hands on every book she’s ever written!

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