The Simple Rules of Love - Amanda Brookfield Reviews
Description:ISBN 0141021829 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Amanda Brookfield / Edition: First Edition / Paperback / 608 Pages / Book is published ... more
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The Simple Rules of Love
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by - written on 20/01/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
The book I will now review - "The simple rules of love by Amanda Brookfield". The book begins with a big family funeral, not that many of them will missed this particular "rat faced" aunty, so little so that she is barely mentioned in the first few sentences, but the point of this is the head of the brood, Pamela now see's that she is the last one left, the eldest, so surely she should be the next to go, well that's what she hopes, after losing her beloved John, married for 40 years then he just ups and dies on her, has actually left her very lonely...and of course bereft. Then there is her wonderful family to look after, her ... Read the complete review
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