An Innocent Diversion
Doubleday, 1999 - 317 Seiten
Sonia Garrs is fifty-five but you'd never believe it. Fran Topping couldn't be more different. What brings this unlikely pair together is Jason: boyish and handsome, he's desperately in search of something : mother or lover - or prey.
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When she said she had to go, Sonia insisted on the garden route, said she
wanted Natalie to look at the conifer by the side of the house and advise her what
to do about its brown patch. Now, thankful to be alone, Sonia looks at her watch.
... out of her conifer and tie green branches over the resulting gap, as per the
instructions of her friend Mrs Bellamy. How right he was to come, he reflects as
he drives at a lick down Park Road. No worries now as to whether she really likes
Now, whenever she works in the garden she's reminded of him - there's the
conifer he helped her with, there's the stone he shifted on the rockery. She went
into the lumber room the other day and a whole conversation came winging back.
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Sonia is an always immaculate perfectionist, Fran is a relaxed farm wife. The plot alternates between their different lives. Charming and believable people, with a plot that kept surprising me. All written in the present tense which seemed odd at first, but works well. Vollständige Rezension lesen