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Nonetheless, Joyce's new novel adds new levels of depth and complexity to Harold's life, while exploring Queenie's own journey and Harold son David's tragic story.
Harold is pictured with great-grandchildren Abigail and Ashton Keen, above left 010215LLOYD_07 KATIE LUNN
Child Harold - just 15 - had saved not only his own skin by being acquitted of the particularly nasty murder of an even younger child.
Beckett tells Harold that Bianchi loved him a lot and that is why he refused to get married.
Harold, who lived in Tile Hill, Coventry, worked as a police constable in the West Midlands for 30 years until 1966, when he retired on a full pension at the age of 49.
DIAMOND MILESTONE: Harold Cleaver and his wife Margaret celebrating today (above) and on their wedding day (left)
He was involved in a near disaster as a youngster when he and elder brother George took a boat so far out to sea, a lifeboat was dispatched to the rescue, only for Harold to inquire where it was bound for as it pulled up.
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That death sentence, as well as the awareness that comes from somebody's voice describing your so-called life in excruciating detail, spurs Harold to action, and Ferrell expertly gives us a portrait of a man learning to love the feeling of being adrift.