Inner City Girl 2: Other Rivers to Cross
$8.99

Inner City Girl 2: Other Rivers to Cross

By Colleen Smith-Dennis
US$ 8.99
Book Description

In everyone’s mind, Martina is all set for university
and why not? She is fully qualified and her father
has taken full responsibility for Yvette, Miss Turner
and herself. Not in a million years would anyone have thought that her life would take such a sudden slump causing her to return to the inner city in disgrace.

This is just the beginning of sorrows because fatherless and jobless, she is plunged into an eddy of challenges whose murky waters seek to drown her and wash away her dreams. However, Martina is a fighter and her resilience helps her to overcome her seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Table of Contents
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Other Rivers To Cross
  • One
  • Two
  • Three
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six
  • Seven
  • Eight
  • Nine
  • Ten
  • Eleven
  • Twelve
  • Thirteen
  • Fourteen
  • Fifteen
  • Sixteen
  • Seventeen
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