The Long Hot Summer - Mary Moody Reviews
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by - written on 06/03/07, updated on 10/03/07 (Useful, 494 readings)
If you have read Mary Moody’s two other autobiographical books, you would have read about how she spends half a year in Australia on a farm with her husband, David, and the other half of the year in rural France, seeking out an affair with a native and writing about the wondrous produce, cooking and lifestyle she discovered there. Set in the European heatwave of 2003, The Long Hot Summer continues the angst between Mary and David about the Frenchman affair and how Mary continues her mental and physical journeys in the pursuit of happiness. The first few chapters are quite boring unless you follow the series, as they describe in great detail the ... Read the complete review
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