In this novel, friendships and betrayal challenge the intimacies and loyalties of modern life.
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"The traditional novel is our lives. It doesn't matter whether it is the eighteenth century or the twenty-first century-people continue to want the same things out of life. Our social mores may change, our feelings about various aspects of human nature may change, we may eat different food or wear different clothes, but we are still looking for the bluebird of happiness." -Joanna TrollopeFrom the Inside Flap:
The Best of Friends is a heart-breaking and heart-warming story of marriage, adultery, children and reconciliation.
Gina and Laurence have been friends since youth. Now, each married, Gina to Fergus and Laurence to Hilary, the two couples are the best of friends. They live in the peaceful town of Whittingbourne where Laurence and Hilary run a small country hotel and have three teenage sons. Gina and Fergus enjoy a somewhat more lavish lifestyle in a beautiful house called High Place.
One day Fergus leaves Gina, who falls to pieces. Their daughter revolts and Gina turns to her oldest and dearest friend, Laurence. Soon his comforting becomes an affair and both marriages appear to be over.
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Book Description Book Condition: good. 118 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # M00001048759-G
Book Description Book Condition: very good. 118 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # M00001048759-V