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  • 320

  • 9780552995061

  • 110 mm

  • 176 mm

  • 220 gram


  • 1 JUNE 1996

    Publish Date
  • 15 mm

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    A comedy of village customs, manners, marriages and affairs. Past experience leads Tessa to suspect that her husband is having another affair, and a chance remark over mid-morning coffee indicates that things may be even worse than she thought. By the author of The Quiet War of Rebecca Sheldon. Paperback , 320 pages Published June 1st 1996 by Transworld (first published February 1st 1994)

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    Kathleen Rowntree

    Kathleen Rowntree was born in Northumberland, brought up in Lincolnshire, studied music and English at Hull University and is now living with her husband in Oxfordshire. She taught for some years before she began to write. When asked what her novels are about she usually replies with one word: relationships. Her explorations of human foibles and tangles lead reviewers to use words like sharp, shrewd, witty, satirical, clever and hard-biting - as well as sympathetic, funny, warm, suspenseful and (fortunately) entertaining. She has many other interests besides reading and writing fiction, especially art, poetry and hill-walking. Among the UK writers she herself gets most from are Elizabeth Taylor, Julian Barnes and William Trevor while Anne Tyler and Alison Lurie are two of her US favourites.

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