Living a Lie: An utterly captivating saga of the power of true love

Living a Lie An utterly captivating saga of the power of true love In Lucinda Marsh throws herself in front of a speeding train leaving her twelve year old daughter Kitty alone confused and abandoned save for a selfish aunt a violent father and her childhood s

  • Title: Living a Lie: An utterly captivating saga of the power of true love
  • Author: Josephine Cox
  • ISBN: 9780747213284
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In 1975 Lucinda Marsh throws herself in front of a speeding train leaving her twelve year old daughter Kitty alone, confused and abandoned save for a selfish aunt, a violent father and her childhood sweetheart Harry Jenkins.When Kitty is sent to an orphanage after the death of her father, she meets Georgie, a lively cockney girl who, through the following difficult yearsIn 1975 Lucinda Marsh throws herself in front of a speeding train leaving her twelve year old daughter Kitty alone, confused and abandoned save for a selfish aunt, a violent father and her childhood sweetheart Harry Jenkins.When Kitty is sent to an orphanage after the death of her father, she meets Georgie, a lively cockney girl who, through the following difficult years, becomes her loyal friend Convinced that her feelings for Harry will ruin the brilliant future that lies ahead of him, Kitty turns her back on his love Together with Georgie, she strives to find fulfilment in other places and other relationships, but when fate throws her back together with Harry she begins to wonder if true love can ever die .

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    About " Josephine Cox "

  • Josephine Cox

    Josephine Cox was born in Blackburn, one of ten children At the age of sixteen, Josephine met and married her husband Ken, and had two sons When the boys started school, she decided to go to college and eventually gained a place at university but was unable to take this up as it would have meant living away from home Instead, she went into teaching and started to write her first full length novel She won the Superwoman of Great Britain Award, for which her family had secretly entered her, at the same time as her novel was accepted for publication She is now a No.1 bestselling author with over 40 books to her name.

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  • This was my first book I read of Josephine Cox and I'm very impressed. I look forward to reading more from her. This book was sooo good. I'm really happy Kitty/Harry ended up together. There was times in the books that made me cry and happy. But it was so sad to read how much Kitty and Harry loved the other one and wanted to be together when they were not :( but "At long last he was her's". I love that line! :-) All the characters imo were brilliant (e.g: Georgie was great, so was Kitty, her aun [...]




  • Yes another good one. Although this one would be a lot shorter if the descriptions of some characters were not repeated so often.


  • Having read many of Josephine Cox books I wasn't let down by this one. Ok it was a little repetitive in places but an enjoyable story. Guessed what was going to happen near the end but it didn't spoil my enjoyment of it.


  • Quite possibly the worst book I have ever had the displeasure to read.The author will bludgeon you with the main character's good looks on every other page, the dialogue is woeful, the plot is painfully bad and the whole thing is basically a great example of why "best selling" authors aren't particularly impressive.


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