The Liberation of Alice Love - Abby McDonald Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099533928 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Abby McDonald / Paperback / 432 Pages / Book is published 2010-07-08 by Arrow Books Ltd
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Alice Love keeps her life running in perfect order, so when her b ...
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by - written on 15/05/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Amazon recommended this to me and after having a quick read through the synopsis I thought that it might be a good chick lit to add to my collection! It took me a while to get around to reading it but when I did I was glad because I really enjoyed this book. Alice love's life is perfectly organised, and to be honest a bit dull. She desperately wants to move to agenting at the firm where she works as a lawyer but doesn't want to take a risk with her boss, her life stays the same day in day out. Then suddenly her bank card is declined and she gets bills for cookery classes, gym memberships, posh lingerie and basically things that she would never even dream of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
You can just picture Alice Love standing before the panel on X Factor. 'And what do you do?' they like to ask. 'I work in the film industry...' 'Oooh, really?' '...as a lawyer.' 'Oh.' Like all those accountants they're always showing, you can imagine that Alice too would receive a rather luke-warm welcome on the show. And Alice would concur that her job isn't all that glam, even if her industry itself is a bit swish. But it's an appropriate job for her, since Alice is very sensible and by-the-book. She's certainly not the type of person to go overdrawn, or run into any kind of trouble financially, so when her card is declined ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Alice Love is a stickler when it comes to keeping her life and finances in order so when her bank card is declined, she thinks it's just a simple clerical error. However when Alice goes to see a mortgage advisor so she can put down a deposit on a flat of her own, Alice learns that not only was her card being declined not a mistake but that all of her bank accounts have been emptied and her debts now run to thousands of pounds. After having a mini-crisis, Alice enlists the help of a fraud investigator, Nathan, to help her discover just who it is that has stolen her identity and plunged her into so much despair. As Alice - and Nathan - follow the clues to uncovering the ... Read the complete review
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