Queenie
Kimberley Chambers, Read by Annie Aldington

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Narrated By: Annie Aldington

Duration: 13 hours and 51 minutes

What to expect

The explosive new novel from the No.1 Sunday Times bestseller

SHE WAS MADE IN THE EAST END . . .
 
For young Queenie, life in the backstreets of Whitechapel was a lesson in survival – Hitler’s bombs hit those with nothing the hardest. When danger strikes close to home, Queenie finds an ally in Mrs O’Leary, whose two sons are the kingpins of the East End. But while the O’Learys are the light in Queenie’s life, fate has a different path in store.
 
AND MEN ARE WHAT THEIR MOTHERS MAKE THEM . . .
 
Now married to the useless Albie Butler, Queenie is raising her children to fight their own battles. If the O’Learys taught her anything, it was that surviving meant doing whatever you had to, no questions asked, and family always comes first. The Butler boys will make sure their mother’s name becomes East End legend.
 
MEET QUEENIE.
THIS IS HER STORY.

Genre

Crime & mystery fiction, Thriller / suspense fiction

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Praise for the Queen of Gangland Crime, Kimberley Chambers:

‘If you enjoy tough, gritty crime novels, you will love this book’ Rachel Abbott

‘A great read from one of our favourite crime writers’ Closer

‘A gritty tale with a shocking twist . . . will have you on the edge of your seat from cover to cover’ OK

‘I'm a big fan of Kimberley Chambers. For me Life of Crime is her best book yet. Brutally realistic, epic in scale and with a twist I didn't see coming’ Jaime Raven

‘This beautifully crafted, sharp, well-paced novel will keep you hooked until the very end. An outstanding tale of betrayal, violence and love. Buy it. Read it. You'll love it. I did’ Amanda Prowse

‘[Kimberley Chambers is] the queen of the gritty, low-life tale . . .a fast-paced, thrill-a-minute ride that takes you on all sorts of twists and turns’ Bella

Easily as good as Martina Cole’ News of the World

‘Brilliantly delivers a story of violence, treachery and family ties… Easy to read and hard to put down’ News of the World

‘[A] fast-paced tale with gritty authenticity’ Guardian