Taken for a Ride - Neil Roland Reviews
Description:ISBN 1899235892 / Author: Neil Roland / Genre: Fiction / Rhona Laski's life is squeezed into her en suite room in the Sidney Fleiss Old People's Home in the suburban village of Didsbury, where Machester's cotton barons built their Victoria villas, and where a community like no ... more
Taken for a Ride - Neil Roland ... other laid its roots. Meanwhile, her friend Sylvia's elegant home 'Lynton' must be sold, yet no buyer can be found in this property hot-spot. Sylvia's granddaughter should know why, working as she does for the estate agency selling the house, but her attentions become focused on a photographer with a passion for the endangered and overlooked. The queston is Who is being Taken for a Ride by Whom?
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Pages: 214, Paperback, Dewi Lewis Publishing
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
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