Joe Cassidy and the Red Hot Cha-cha

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There had been so mush to learn - so much that was different. In London, Diane has started school in a class with mostly white children. In Johannesburg, the only white children she had seen were the ones riding on the plastic horses at the Oriental Plaza. Diane struggles to find her feet back in South Africa after eight years of living in exile. Her main difficulty is the pain she feels after her father's violent death. Although supported by friends and relatives her grief remains hidden until Joe Cassidy starts to share her guarded existence. Then she discovers a secret about him, which changes both their lives...