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Aldora

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by Harry Moore
 

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He comes to spend the afternoon alone. A cycle ride around the lake, a quick lunch and then home. His life is at peace. Middle age looks good on him. Living in the quiet complacent countryside of Northamptonshire. A man for reflection and circumspection he is prone to let his mind wander and drift. Today seems one of those days.
The girl walks into his peace, sits

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He comes to spend the afternoon alone. A cycle ride around the lake, a quick lunch and then home. His life is at peace. Middle age looks good on him. Living in the quiet complacent countryside of Northamptonshire. A man for reflection and circumspection he is prone to let his mind wander and drift. Today seems one of those days.
The girl walks into his peace, sits beside him, and brings with her memories of his own past that throw him back into his youth. He tells her that she reminds him of someone. She is so like someone he knew but is too young to be her. Their meeting appears coincidental but was it?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940157330224
Publisher:
Longhirst Publishing
Publication date:
03/05/2017
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
195 KB

Meet the Author

Harry Moore is the author of a number of novels, a series of short stores, poetry and a book on business turnaround.

He has led a successful career in industry and the professions with first hand experience of life in a factory. He worked in Salford as a young man and grew to love the place and the people.

He now lives in the countryside of Leicestershire with his family and runs a consultancy firm to advise small family businesses as well as being actively involved in charity work and writing.

Harry has received an honorary doctorate from Loughborough University and two Beacon Fellowship Awards (London) for his charity work. He and his wife created Cope, a children’s cancer charity, The Laura Centre, for those affected by the death of a child and Rainbows – the children’s hospice. He speaks quite regularly in the media about this work.

This is his sixth book. His first book – A lark Ascending - is a moving autobiographical novel about his daughter Laura’s fight against Leukemia.

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Aldora 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was good. It was bit confusing though it changed point of view fast. The ending was unexapected but i still wonder WHAT THE HECK HAPPEN TO THEM??? I loved this book and would recommend it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i love you miss you ilke you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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