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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And her ears picked out above the din of traffic and commerce the sound of a
violin. She began to walk towards the sound, out of the lane containing the
baker's shop, into the wide pedestrianized street; and eventually she noticed a
You sound more like your self.' 'I'm fine. Sorry I — ' But she's said it too often, the
phrase has a worn-out sound. Instead, she reaches up with a kiss. 'Fran,' he says,
gathering her. 'Oh, Fran.' She hugs him hard, then pulls free. 'Yep. Well, I'll go ...
Then a sound pours through the house. A treble voice, stealthy as a predator,
cutting straight to her heart. It cuts, not with a thrust, but with remorseless
gentleness. A killer just the same. 'Once in Royal David's City" - the sound
empties her, she ...
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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