At a Time Like This - Catherine Dunne Reviews
Description:ISBN 033044252X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Catherine Dunne / Paperback / 304 Pages / Book is published 2008-04-04 by Pan Books
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======= Synopsis ======= Set in Ireland, At A Time Like This follows four friends who meet while studying at Trinity College. On leaving university and making their own way in the world, they made a pact to always keep in touch and meet monthly. We join them on the eve of the 25th anniversary of that pact, now women in their forties with varying success in their lives. But what secrets will be revealed and throw doubt on 25 years of Friendship? And why is one of the four planning not to be there at all? ======== Characters ======== ~ Georgie ~ Strong willed, intelligent, impatient and fiercely ... Read the complete review
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