Far Cry From The Turquoise Room

Far Cry From The Turquoise Room

by Kate Rigby

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781463611101
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/03/2011
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.49(d)

About the Author

Kate Rigby has been writing for over thirty years. She realized her unhip credentials were mounting so decided to write about it in 'Little Guide To Unhip'.

However she's not completely unhip. Her punk novel, Fall Of The Flamingo Circus was published by Allison & Busby (1990) and by Villard (American hardback 1990). Skrev Press published her novels Seaview Terrace (2003) Sucka! (2004) and Break Point (2006) and other shorter work has appeared in Skrev's avant garde magazine Texts' Bones.
Thalidomide Kid was published by Bewrite Books (2007) and is now available on Kindle.

She has had other short stories published and shortlisted and has put together a collection of these in 'Tales By Kindlelight'.

She has many other fiction titles on Kindle and is planning to get her previously published titles back into paperback as well as previously unpublished titles.

Details about Kate's work can be found at her website:

http://kjrbooks.yolasite.com/

Or her occasional blogs can be found at:

http://bubbitybooks.blogspot.com/

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Far Cry From The Turquoise Room 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sheri-A-Wilkinson More than 1 year ago
Far Cry From The Turquoise Room by Kate Rigby This is a compelling emotional, dramatic story of young Leila. Told through her (Leila) eyes and her fathers. A coming of age family tale of love, loss, family, friendship and self discovery. Well written, I fell in Love with Leila , and loved the writing style of Kate Rigby. She really  brought me into the heart, soul and minds of her characters. Being a mother of just girls (and having one sister) I could relate to Leila. I could write so much more, but I never do spoilers, I will end this review with this: A must read for book lovers (adult and Y/A).