Trouble Brewin

By Belinda Brewin

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  • Publication Date: 1 May 2005
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: Metro Books, London
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ISBN: 9781784184278
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ISBN: 9781843581406
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ISBN: 9781843581680

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Synopsis

Belinda Brewin has experienced more in her life than most people ever will. Probably best known for being a friend and confidante to Paula Yates, she stood by Paula through the most turbulent times of her life. Yet Belinda's dramatic and colorful lifestyle did not begin or end there. She was at the center of a drug scandal when she was arrested while in possession of half a million pounds of cocaine. Never far away from trouble, she recently made the headlines again, when having started a new job, her boss and his family were murdered and, in a sickening twist of fate, the prime suspect turned out to be the man who claimed to be in love with her. This is a breathtaking story of one woman's amazing existence, saddened by loss and grief, but cheered by amusing tales of life inside the fast-paced world of fame and celebrity.

About the author

Belinda Brewin was born into scandal - her grandmother had an affair with Graham Greene and was the subject of his book, The End of the Affair. She worked with Paula Yates through turbulent times and, after her death, helped to look after her children.

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