Mayors Tales Salford has been a city since but it has never elected its own Mayor not until The referendum has been won and the election will go ahead in May Melia reluctantly is dragged into the fra

  • Title: Mayors' Tales
  • Author: Mike Scantlebury
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Salford has been a city since 1270, but it has never elected its own Mayor not until 2012 The referendum has been won, and the election will go ahead in May Melia, reluctantly, is dragged into the fracas by a sense of loyalty to her Uncle Mart, who helped with the original campaign, and now, it seems, is even prepared to be a candidate Plus, helping her cousin Liv, whSalford has been a city since 1270, but it has never elected its own Mayor not until 2012 The referendum has been won, and the election will go ahead in May Melia, reluctantly, is dragged into the fracas by a sense of loyalty to her Uncle Mart, who helped with the original campaign, and now, it seems, is even prepared to be a candidate Plus, helping her cousin Liv, who married a man from Poland, who then disappeared He may, apparently, have already had a wife How is anyone to know In the few frantic months before the election, everything is up for grabs Melia wants to stay out of trouble, but she can t avoid the man with a gun, and the over excited property developer Just a few of the loonies who come out of the woodwork, drawn like moths to the flame as Salford elects his first Mayor and decides its own future Probably.

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      Published :2019-05-09T05:24:11+00:00

    About "Mike Scantlebury"

    1. Mike Scantlebury

      Born in the Delta, south west of England where the curlews fly and the marigolds vanish, Mike quickly read through his local library and went looking for where the Industrial Revolution started in Britain He arrived in Manchester in 1974, carried on his education at the local Polytechnic and was thrilled to be encouraged to read books and talk about them writing the essays, however, was a chore.After a bit of teaching and years of Community Development, where he helped people do what they wanted to do but sometimes didn t know it , he moved on into semi retirement and found the time to construct than one novel Fashioning stories out of the clay of mortal men and the dust from the Inner City streets, he spins yarns that are always partly true but mostly happen in a universe where being fair is fine, and being generous is expected.

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