Send me no flowers - Jenny Tomlin

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sam from worthing

Send me no flowers - Jenny Tomlin

not on kindle yet.

well, if you like Martina Cole type books - with pretty graphic descriptions of sex and violence, this is a book for you.

set in the late 1980's London, tell the tale of a young 17 yr old fresh from passing O Levels with her life ahead and many plans made with her 2 best friends - until she meets and falls in love - with horrific and gripping out come.

had me hook lined and sinkered from the off - i really found it hard to put down, even though some bits replused me - i wanted to read more.

And would read Jenny's other books.

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Grannie Cool

Send me no flowers.

Hi! Sam,
Just looked up the above and have downloaded it on my kindle. However, she has also written "Sweetie". I don't think I will be reading that one, it seems to be far to graphic and disturbing for my taste.

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Darkginger

Send Me No Flowers - Jenny Tomlin

Many thanks for the recommendation - just my sort of thing!

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Liz from Cumbria

Another download coming up...

There are a fair few of us going over the "dark side". I love a bit a blood and gore, within reason! Like a bit of froth in between although "froth" doesn't include Mills and Boon type stuff - although I'm told that Mills and Boon can be quite racy these days ;o)

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SonyaK

Send me no flowers

Just read some reviews of this book and it does sound graphic and violent. Especially as it's based on her own life, married to a violent drug addict!!
Don't know if it's my kind of book, but I guess I'd need to
try it before making a decision!

And yes, Liz, I have heard that M&B books have got a lot racier - but that wouldn't be hard to do!!

 
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