An Ordinary Woman ePub download
by Susan Sallis
- ISBN: 0593022912
- ISBN13: 978-0593022917
- ePub: 1537 kb | FB2: 1595 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Bantam Press (April 25, 1991)
- Pages: 432
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 693
- Format: rtf lrf mobi lit
An Ordinary Woman book. It is a pleasant read, enjoyable. The plot and the characters are borrowed from an extraordinarily place, though.
An Ordinary Woman book. When Rose was four the scandal broke about her head.
Tanned pages and age spots, however, this will not interfere with reading. Inscription on the first page, typically just a name but may include a dedication or a brief personal message.
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Item Information:Author : Susan Sallis. Product Information:TITLE: An Ordinary Woman. Susan Sallis is the author of over twenty bestelling novels, many of them set in the West Country. Other Details:Condition : Acceptable. She was born in Gloucestershire and now lives in Somerset with her family. Country of Publication.
1991) A novel by Susan Sallis. The story of two very different sisters and the dramatic course of their lives. Rose was four when the scandal broke. She was really too young to understand what was happening - only that the family were returning to England from America. The following May, in Gloucestershire, Joanna was born. Similar books by other authors. November 1991 : UK Paperback.
An uplifting new novel from this West Country bestselling author. Judith is suddenly all alone in the world. SUSAN SALLIS is the author of over twenty bestselling novels, many of them set in the West Country. Her husband, Jack, has left her - why, she doesn't really know. Her two sons are in Australia, and both her mother and her best friend Naomi have recently died. Embarking on a journey to Exmoor to meet the famous artist Robert Haussman, with an oddly assorted group of fellow-enthusiasts, Judith finds herself a prey to all sorts of irrational fears.
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