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Other Peoples Marriages By Rosie Thomas

Other Peoples Marriages
by Rosie Thomas

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Old friends, their lives are interwoven in a comfortable pattern of school runs and Sunday golf, barbecues and shared holidays, until Nina Cort returns to the cathedral city of her childhood. Rich sophisticated and newly widowed, Nina is an exotic thread in the pattern, whose intrusion reveals a web of hidden flaws.
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Other Peoples Marriages by Rosie Thomas

They were 'the five families' - the pleasant hospitable Frosts, the brash and sexy Cleggs, flirtatious Jimmy Rose and aloof Star, maternal Vicky and reliable Gordon Ransome, Michael Wickham and his perfect wife Marcelle. Old friends, their lives are interwoven in a comfortable pattern of school runs and Sunday golf, barbecues and shared holidays. Until Nina Cort returns to the cathedral city of her childhood. Rich sophisticated and newly widowed, Nina is an exotic thread in the pattern, whose intrusion reveals a web of hidden flaws. In the course of a year from which none will emerge unscathed, the five families and Nina discover that you can never truly know the fabric of other people's marriages. Perhaps not even of your own...

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Other Peoples Marriages Reviews


"Hugely enjoyable ... Rosie Thomas writes with beautiful, effortless prose; she shows a rare compassion and a real understanding of the nature of love" The Times

About Rosie Thomas


Rosie Thomas writes for magazines and newspapers as well as her fiction. When not writing she spends her time travelling and mountaineering. In 1997 she competed in the Peking to Paris Motor Rally, and she has climbed Mont Blanc as well as travelling to Everest and the Antarctic.

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GOR000875432
Other Peoples Marriages by Rosie Thomas
Rosie Thomas
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Cornerstone
2003-07-01
464
0099462478
9780099462477
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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