Other People's Marriages by Rosie Thomas

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When a young widow returns to her hometown and begins an affair with a married man, her affair ignites a series of infidelities among five seemingly happy couples. By the author of The White Dove.
 

About Rosie Thomas

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Rosie Thomas read English at St. Hilda's College, Oxford and worker in book and magazine publishing until the birth of her first child. Since then she has published ten novels. including Other people's Marriages, The Potter's House, and White, all of which are available as Chivers Audio Books.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Thorndike. 632 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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City mouse wreaks havoc in the gentrified country in this lackluster British soap, paced like interminable knitting—knit one, pearl two, sex, lactation, adultery, chintz, tears, cases of dry wine, eggplant-purÇe rosettes in pastry shells, knit one.

May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of Other People's Marriages

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Bestselling author Thomas ( The White Dove ) traces an insightful and touching tale of love found and sustained in her latest novel of contemporary domestic mores. Since London evokes too many memorie

May 30 1994 | Read Full Review of Other People's Marriages

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Bestselling author Thomas ( The White Dove ) traces an insightful and touching tale of love found and sustained in her latest novel of contemporary domestic mores.

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