When Elizabeth Price engages private detective Roland ‘Orlando’ Gibbons to find out the truth about her husband’s suspected affair, she unwittingly sets off a chain of correspondence that reunites four formerly close-knit couples. They all live just a few suburban streets away from each other, they are all still married, so how - and why - did they become so estranged?
In a series of letters, each protagonist is far more self-revealing than they would ever be in person. The result is an uproarious and poignant portrait of four marriages, and a story about how little we know those we think we know best.
"A wonderfully entertaining novel which cannot fail to delight." (The Times)
"...a novel of great seriousness that is also blistering fun." (Daily Express)
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Long drawn-out narrative that could have been improved by being several chapters shorter and much lighter on the 'f' and 'c' words liberally peppered throughout for no obvious reason. I fast-forwarded to the last chapter. Not an author I shall be interested in again.
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I enjoyed this book, it was not my usual sort of book but I am glad I found it. The narration enhanced the book considerably.