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by Geras Adele

ePub Hidden Life download
Author:
Geras Adele
ISBN13:
978-0752893945
ISBN:
0752893947
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Publisher:
Orion Paperbacks (2008)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1957 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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838

Such ages since we last met. I’ve been meaning to get in touch since the funeral. Such a palaver, getting settled into the new flat and so forth. Yes, it must have been,’ said Phyl cone, Ellie.

Such ages since we last met. She had no intention of taking up that particular baton. She didn’t want to hear Ellie’s moving-in stories. I won’t, thanks, though they are delicious. I’m sure you must have baked them yourself. You’re such a wonderful homemaker. I’ll just put the kettle on again. I could do with another cup – how about you?’.

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Geras's first book was Tea at Mrs Manderby's, which was published in 1976. Her first full-length novel was The Girls in the Velvet Frame. She has written more than 95 books for children, young adults, and adults. Her novels for adults include: Facing the Light, Hester's Story, Made in Heaven, and A Hidden Life Awards.

What a nerve! If ever anyone had gone through life thinking about precisely no one but herself, it was Ellie. Still, she did say she’d speak to Matt and she was right about poor old Lou. What a slap in the face for her!

Well, I always,’ Ellie leaned forward confidingly, ‘had the impression that there were lots and lots of things he could have told us if he’d wanted t.

Well, I always,’ Ellie leaned forward confidingly, ‘had the impression that there were lots and lots of things he could have told us if he’d wanted t. ‘Maybe he put them into his books. Lou says Blind Moon is very good. Ellie wrinkled her nose.

Life went on, Lou reflected now, but she never did really accept my apology then and she’s still punishing me now.

Life went on, Lou reflected now, but she never did really accept my apology then and she’s still punishing me now. She could see that I’d meant what I said, and that I didn’t really take it back.

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Adele Geras was born in Jerusalem. Since 1976 she has published many acclaimed books for children and young adults. She lives in Manchester with her husband Norman Geras and they have two daughters and two grandchildren.

Adèle lives near Cambridge and is the mother of the thriller writer Sophie Hannah. Библиографические данные.

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  • This is an author who makes you feel you are part of the scene she is developing, a good read

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