The Man Who Disappeared - Clare Morrall Reviews
Description:ISBN 0340994290 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Clare Morrall / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-06-24 by Sceptre
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This review is of the paperback book "The Man Who Disappeared" by Clare Morrall, the author's third novel. The basic plot of the book revolves around the Kendall family, a husband, Felix who is a partner in an accountancy company, his wife, Kate, and their three children. On her return from Canada, Kate is informed that Felix has been accused of money laundering and has disappeared. Without giving the main plot of the book away, Kate is left alone to look after her family, and finds that times are hard. She has to leave her comfortable house and move into a council flat, which is considerably less comfortable for her and her ... Read the complete review
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