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The Six Loves of Billy Binns

by Lumsden, Richard Paperback / softback, 480 pages
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Headline Publishing Group 
08/08/2019 
United Kingdom 

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If you were looking back over a hundred years of your life, what would you change? At 117 years old, Billy Binns is the oldest man in Europe and he knows his time is almost up. But Billy has a final wish: he wants to remember what love feels like one last time. As he looks back at the relationships that have shaped his flawed life - and the events that shaped the century - he recalls a life full of hope, mistakes, heartbreak and, above all, love.

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