Maggie
by Marie Maxwell

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. She pushes Ruby to the brink, and when she finally snaps, Maggie runs away to London to seek fame and fortune as a singer.

But life in the city is not what Maggie thought it would be, and she quickly finds herself caught up in a seedy, dangerous world. Can she save herself? Or if not, will Ruby be able to find her in time?

Reviews

“Maxwell offers powerful testimony to strength, resilience, and what family and love should truly mean”

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Praise for Bernardine Kennedy / Marie Maxwell: A powerful and emotional tale – you’ll be hooked”

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“Richly evocative, this heartbreaking tale is joltingly realistic”

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Editions

Maggie by Marie Maxwell is available in the following formats

Ebook97817801062981st May 2015N/A224£12.99
Ebook97817801062981st May 2015N/A224$14.99
Paperback978184751581031st August 2015138 X 216mm224£12.99
Paperback978184751581031st August 2015138 X 216mm224£12.99
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