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Roses of Lace

Meg J. Parry

Intelligent, attractive and successful, forty-eight-year-old bank manager Laurel seems to have made it. Yet, she is unfulfilled and alone, her love life a string of failures.
In a semi-autobiographical narrative, which is honest, touching and funny, her sudden flight to happiness and rediscovery on the Fylde coast is hampered by her own butterfly nature.
After a chance meeting, the perceptive Stella becomes her guide as the wheels Laurel has set in motion obey the laws of emotional physics; but realising her dream of rekindling a lost relationship means revealing a deep secret.

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Born in Liverpool, though brought up in East Lancashire, Meg J. Parry spent many childhood holidays in Lytham St Anne's.
After working for a major bank for fourteen years in Lancashire and London, she spent many years entertaining and doing musical therapy with Alzheimer's and dementia patients, alongside presenting local history tours and managing a theatre on the south coast.
Resident in Malta since 2007, she teaches English as a foreign language. The author plays the organ in a local church; she has written for the theatre, and has published books on theatre history and a novel.