Just Desserts - Sue Welfare Reviews
Description:ISBN 0006499937 / Author: Sue Welfare / Genre: Fiction / Katherine has been a full-time housewife for 20 years, but it's all turning sour. Why can't Harry have an affair and leave? Harry's mistress is also finding that pleasure grows stale. The women decide that revenge is a ... more
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by - written on 27/07/06 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I'm sure most of you readers out there have been in a situation at one time or another, where you are away from your many books, all sitting there on your bookshelf, and the book you have chosen to take away with you turns out to be complete and utter rubbish. No matter how much you try to persevere with it, you just can't bring yourself to read any more. So what do you do? Well if you are anything like me you head off to the nearest cheap bookstore that offers books at discounted prices in the hope that something will catch your eye. The bookstore in question for me was in Bridlington - can't quite remember the name, but it is near Priceless Shoes and across ... Read the complete review
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