Troubador Both Ends of the Circle

Released: 28/07/2021

ISBN: 9781800463936

eISBN: 9781800466142

Format: Paperback/eBook

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Both Ends of the Circle


September 1968. Nicola, Becky, Paula and Jo meet on their first day at a Birmingham grammar school and so begins a new chapter for each of them. Starting in 1968 Both Ends of the Circle tells the stories of their lives, spanning almost thirty years against a backdrop of the best and worst of times.

Often funny, often moving, this is a story of innocence and knowledge, loves and losses, overcoming hardships and sometimes just coping with everyday life...

Above all it is a celebration of what it can mean to have friends. A must-read for anyone who remembers platform heels or knows that their mother once wore them...

Both Ends of the Circle by Nell Finnemore will be published in July 2021.

Great book telling the story of 4 high school girls in the early 70s and what happens to them later.
The writer of this book gives a true reflection of what it was like growing up at that time. The girl's hopes, dreams and ambitions and we learn whether they achieved them, or not.
I would recommend this book as a must for all those 60 somethings who remember the 70s and those who want to know what it was really like!

by Hazel Hicks

Diane Janes

Diane Janes is a full-time author who writes both crime novels and historical true crime books. As well as contemporary psychological thrillers, she is the creator of the Black & Dod historical mysteries series. Her novels have been shortlisted for various awards, including the CWA Debut Dagger and the CWA New Blood Dagger and she has been awarded a Red Herring for services to the crime-writing genre. You can find out more about Diane's forthcoming novels, public appearances etc. by visiting her website

Diane also writes mainstream novels under the pen name Nell Finnemore, the first of which will be published by Troubador in summer 2021.

Diane Janes a.k.a. Nell Finnemore
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