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Deborah knows how easily people can switch moods; her pencil case is stuffed with notes on the devastating consequences. She thought leaving home would be the beginning of a brighter future, a chance to do something worthwhile with her life. But somehow the past was determined to follow her, lead her into places more terrifying than she’d known.

The move to London only started another chapter paved with pain and lies, and Golden Girl, cousin Jen, made sure she wasn’t there when life tripped her up.

Now she’s homeless, a recovering alcoholic, under the temporary wing of Rainbows End, always fighting the cold, and her nerves. Only the truth can give her peace and justice now.




About The Author

Anna Leigh Bragga was born in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, in October 1965, the eldest of three children. She spent her formative years in Bedfordshire, where her father established a successful firm of solicitors. Her short stories, art and poems have previously been published in literary magazines and anthologies under pseudonyms.

Anna has a BA Honours degree in Marketing and Business Management from Oxford Brookes University. She temped in City banks to finance her Masters in Journalism Studies until landing a role as web editor for a large entertainment company based in London. Thereafter, she edited two magazines and worked in public relations for the not-for-profit sector. She launched Conscience Media in 2010 to showcase her work as a freelance journalist, PR consultant and video film maker. She now lives in Bedford, where the slower pace of life facilitates her passion for writing and creating art.