A Lost Wife's Tale - Marion McGilvary Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141036230 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Marion McGilvary / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2009-02-05 by Penguin
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Edith Lutz doesn't want to be found. She's left behind a comforta ...
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From the very first page, I was intrigued about what had happened to Edith Lutz. She is a woman who is running away but we are not told why she is running and from what. This is a great way to start the book because immediately the reader is drawn in and wanting to know what has happened to her. Before long, Edith is starting a new life as a housekeeper to publisher Adam Davenport. However, she always seems to be looking over her shoulder in case her past catches up with her, and also struggling to keep up with the lies she has told Adam, especially as their relationship progresses further than that of employer and employee. Throughout the novel, the story ... Read the complete review
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