Terry London is an accomplished professional chef. Occasionally escaping from the kitchen to explore other possibilities she has also worked in the theatre, the money market, marketing, promotions and as a hospitality lecturer.
A lover of the Sydney life, Terry enjoys painting, beautiful food cooked from the heart, a glass of wine, 80’s music, trashy TV and her two little pooches, Sid and Nancy.
“FRANK’S FUNERAL” By Terry London
Frank was an abusive and violent alcoholic.
Terry was his eldest daughter.
Frank’s ‘mistress’ was a dark and foreboding force throughout Terry’s life — while Frank was alive and well after his death.
Terry suffered many beatings as a child and as an adult. Frank was very cruel. He had a warped idea of love.
Frank’s final wishes in his Last Will and Testament were difficult to comprehend. Sadly, Terry had to fight against members of her own family in the Supreme Court.
Terry’s raw and incredibly honest story is heartbreaking. Her sense of humour doesn’t mask the sadness, but makes some of the words easier to read.
This is a true story of strength and courage.
This is one book, one true story you won’t want to miss. Terry is one amazing, and super courageous woman and a brilliant author.
– Editor, newsCO.com.au
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