Friends, Lovers And Other Indiscretions

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  • 400

    Pages
  • 9780099539391

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  • 110 mm

    Width
  • 176 mm

    Height
  • 210 gram

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  • FRIENDS,

    Edition
  • PAPERBACK

    Binding
  • 25 mm

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    Description

    It's early 2008 and the credit crunch is starting to bite. Sam and Laura Diamond - and their friends - are circling forty and all feeling a lot less certain about life than when they first met in their twenties. Laura wants to work part-time and have a third child - an appalling prospect for her husband Sam, whose secret ambition is to give up his job as a struggling scriptwriter and have a vasectomy.Life's no more straightforward for wild child turned corporate lawyer Janey Dart. Having finally given up on Patrick, the love of her life, she finds herself...  Read More

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    Fiona Neill

    Fiona Neill is a novelist and journalist. She was born in 1966. Her first novel The Secret Life of a Slummy Mummy, based on her column in The Times Magazine every Saturday, was published in 2007. It was widely acclaimed and went on to become a Sunday Times bestseller that sold in twenty-five countries.

    Brought up in Norfolk, she now lives in London with her husband and three children.

    Fiona is presenting a five-part series on BBC Radio 4 called Famous Footsteps, starting on January 12th. Find out more about the series by visiting the BBC Radio 4 website.

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