Never Marry a Biker

This book is the follow up to Pack Your Bags and Get Out by Dave Clarke That story told of a 3,500 mile motorcycle trip around the coast of Great Britain in 2007 in what was the wettest June on record up to that date That was my story This is my wife, Elizabeth s A true story told in her own words as precisely as she recalled it, with help from her sister Jean s recollThis book is the follow up to Pack Your Bags and Get Out by Dave Clarke That story told of a 3,500 mile motorcycle trip around the coast of Great Britain in 2007 in what was the wettest June on record up to that date That was my story This is my wife, Elizabeth s A true story told in her own words as precisely as she recalled it, with help from her sister Jean s recollections of dates and family history from the early years and how, as a member of a large young family, living in an austerity filled world of poor housing and social degradation, she faced the early trials and pitfalls of growing up, whilst witnessing first hand the gradual demise and eventual collapse of her parents stormy marriage Then the even bigger trials of meeting and marrying Biker Dave at such a young age and how she managed to successfully juggle home, work, family commitments and money, on her own special journey through life Dave Clarke
Never Marry a Biker This book is the follow up to Pack Your Bags and Get Out by Dave Clarke That story told of a mile motorcycle trip around the coast of Great Britain in in what was the wettest June on record

  • Title: Never Marry a Biker
  • Author: Elizabeth M. Clarke Dave Clarke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Never Marry a Biker”

    1. Told from the female POV: the amazing story of a devoted couple whose strength and unity enabled them to weather all the usual storms and trials of an early marriage, as well as more than their fair share of bad luck and the enmity of others. You just can't help rooting for them. A truly satisfying read.

    2. A warm-hearted and nostalgic view of the North West, when days were tough but also simpler. This book leaves out none of the grit of the hardships of that time, but also contains humour and touching moments by the spadeful. Well worth a read.

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