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Publisher's Summary

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, right?
When Caren Williams finds herself back on the estate she fought so hard to get away from, little does she realise she'll be living opposite her archenemy, Gina Bradley. Gina thinks she and her family rule Stanley Avenue, so when Caren starts to become popular, she decides to hit her where it will hurt the most: she wants her husband.
Lonely and depressed, Ruth Millington finds it a constant struggle to get through the dark times. Spiralling out of control, maybe she should let Gina's husband help her out when he comes calling.
Twins Rachel and Claire Bradley took control of the girl gang, the Mitchell Mob, when their leader was sent to a juvenile detention centre for assault. But Stacey Hunter is out now and wants to hold the position of top dog again.
No one will back down. Let battle commence. Secrets and lies, brawling in the street and conforming to peer pressure - it all comes down to holding your nerve. But this time not everyone will survive the notorious Stanley Avenue....
Fighting for Survival is the third book in The Estate Series. It follows on from Somewhere to Hide and Behind a Closed Door but can be enjoyed as a standalone audiobook.
©2013 Mel Sherratt (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"A writer to watch out for." (Mandasue Heller)
"The worst terrors are always those that hide closest to home." (Elizabeth Haynes, Into the Darkest Corner)
"There's a lot of young crime writers that I've just met for the first time. There's one called Mel Sherratt; she's very interesting." (Ian Rankin)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs Loretta Docherty on 06-10-16


enjoying this series with the same main charachters throughout and their different sides to their lives

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mr on 09-04-16

omg! how many S's does one story need!!!

brilliant story line. however, quite confusing at times swapping sections. over use of S tho

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