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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:230
  • eBook ISBN:9781617923173

The Twelve Days of Christmas

The bonds of true friendship are forever

by Stuart Weatherby

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Overview
The Twelve Days of Christmas is a humorous and moving story that will definitely get you in touch with the spirit of Christmas. It is an easy read that will appeal to all ages.
Description
The Twelve Days of Christmas is set in the historic areas of Greenwich and Blackheath in London and focuses on the lives of two men over the twelve days between Christmas day and the 6th January. Tom Kruise (with a K) is a middle-class entrepreneur, who has superficial friends and is detached from his emotions. Dennis Malcolm Leslie Johnston is a working class misfit, whose passion for booze has been his undoing. Both are down on their luck. Tom’s girlfriend has left him for someone else and he’s about to lose his business, he owns a chain of art galleries. Den lost his wife’s affections many years ago and has recently given up drinking, which has been the one bit of security he’s had for most of his adult life. For both of them to find some sort of happiness in the present, they must come to terms with a traumatic event in their past. Although they are from different ends of the social spectrum, they have more in common than they would first believe. One chances meeting gives them
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