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Kaitlyn

by Kevin Lewis

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'Kaitlyn' is the heart-rending story of a family ripped apart by tragedy and reunited by a twist of fate that threatens to destroy all their lives - and of a girl who has to choose between everything she has worked for, and the only family she has ever known.
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Not my usual choice of genre but made great reading on a long-haul flight. Kaitlyn is a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, growing up in the worst housing estate in South London. Drugs and alcohol dominate her environment and she ultimately forges a successful career using a nightclub as a cover for drug running. Hard hitting and quite sordid but I couldn't help liking and feeling sympathy for Kaitlyn. ( )
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'Kaitlyn' is the heart-rending story of a family ripped apart by tragedy and reunited by a twist of fate that threatens to destroy all their lives - and of a girl who has to choose between everything she has worked for, and the only family she has ever known.

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