The Playground Mafia - Sarah Tucker Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099498456 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Sarah Tucker / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published 2006-09-21 by Arrow Books Ltd
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by - written on 23/02/10, updated on 14/02/11 (Very useful, 207 readings)
I hadn't read anything by Sarah Tucker before, but having read and enjoyed The School Run by Sophie King, and having bought it on Amazon, I was directed towards The Playground Mafia which was another book that they thought I might enjoy. Therefore, dutifully I bought it and have just read it while on holiday as it looked like light easy reading which it was. The main character in the book is Caroline Gray who is newly divorced and has recently moved to the rather upmarket town of Frencham with her young son. This coincides with Ben's time to start school so she enrols him at The Sycamore, the local school where her friends Eva's and Heather's children soon ... Read the complete review
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