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Brotherly Love By Elizabeth Pewsey

Brotherly Love by Elizabeth Pewsey

Condition - Very Good
$13.69
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Summary

The sixth Mountjoy novel. Mimi, a purveyor of fountains, is married to Edmund Mountjoy, whose book on the Templars has stalled. When Mimi's mother decamps abroad, her sons descend on their sister, with extremely disruptive consequences.

Brotherly Love Summary

Brotherly Love by Elizabeth Pewsey

Mimi, a purveyor of fountains (some a little too spicy for public parks) is married to Edmund Mountjoy, a historian whose book on the Templars has stalled. When Mimi s mother decamps abroad leaving no forwarding address, escaping her three grown-up sons who refuse to leave home, the sons descend on their sister - with extremely disruptive results. Driven mad by the brothers, Mimi and Edmund also flee, to France. But hot on their heels come Edmund s ex-mistress, the three tenacious brothers and a ghostly presence with its own singular perspective on Edmund s book.

About Elizabeth Pewsey

Elizabeth Pewsey was born in Chile, educated in Calcutta, London and at St Hilda s College, Oxford, She has worked as a civil servant and publisher, ran a youth orchestra for two years, and has lived in two cathedral cities - York and Wells - with her husband, their son, who was a cathedral chorister, and daughter. This is her sixth novel in the Mountjoy series, following Children of Chance (0 340 61820 5), Divine Comedy (0 340 65420 1), Unholy Harmonies (0 340 64911 9), Volcanic Airs (0 340 65393 0) and Unaccustomed Spirits (0 340 68565 4), all published by Sceptre.

Additional information

GOR001476197
9780340685679
0340685670
Brotherly Love by Elizabeth Pewsey
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder & Stoughton General Division
1999-01-21
272
N/A
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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