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by Nigel Hinton

Published by J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.. 1st. 1987

Fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper. At first, there's not much for Buddy to sing about because times are tough - but he finds an old battered guitar and decides to learn to play... Black boards, gilt title to spine.

SIGNED by author on title page. Pictorial wrapper has remeains of sellotape residue on front cover - but not torn.

ISBN: 0460062611
Stock no. 426060

Price £14.00

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  • This is a fast-moving and compelling story combined with a sympathetic study of relationships. In the Clark family, Nigel Hinton has created a classic trio of characters: Terry, the fun-loving Buddy Holly fan who is more of an adolescent than his own son; Carol, who has discovered that there's more to life than being a wife and a mother; and the intelligent and sensitive Buddy who tries desperately to keep his parents together. The funny, painful and moving conflicts between these three characters ring absolutely true and will strike chords of understanding in every reader.

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