Worth by Jon Canter

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He can execute a verbal three-point turn in the tightest cul-de-sac of a sentence. It's skilful stuff and mesmerising to read. Funny, too.
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For Richard and Sarah, leaving the rat-race of London for the sleepy village of Worth feels like a dream come true. But their new life isn’t quite as idyllic as it first seems. The cottage is tiny and the neighbours are excruciating. Soon they find themselves reverse-commuting back to London on the weekends, just to be with people they like. Then Catherine moves in next door. Smart, sophisticated, beautiful Catherine seems like the answer to their prayers. But will their new best friend turn out to be their enemy?
 

About Jon Canter

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Jon Canter is the author of two novels, Seeds of Greatness and A Short Gentleman. He has also written stand-up comedy, TV, and radio scripts for many of Britain's most prominent comedians, and comment pieces for the Guardian.
 
Published August 18, 2011 by Vintage Digital. 288 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jane Housham on Aug 07 2012

He can execute a verbal three-point turn in the tightest cul-de-sac of a sentence. It's skilful stuff and mesmerising to read. Funny, too.

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