The Way We Were - Elizabeth Noble Reviews
Description:ISBN 0718155351 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Elizabeth Noble / Hardcover / 464 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-13 by Michael Joseph
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Elizabeth Noble The Way We Were
Susannah and Rob were childhood sweethearts. But as with most ear ...
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The Girl Next Door - Elizabeth NobleA real soap opera of a novel (777 words)
by KLockwood75 - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I loved Elizabeth Noble s last book, Things I Want My Daughters To Know (even though it made me cry), so when I saw her latest release The Girl Next Door on sale at Heathrow, I decided I just had to buy it for my holiday reading. Even though I don t tend to buy large-format paperbacks these days as I m trying to spend less money, I thought I could treat myself just this once.... Actually I ended up buying two books, but that s a whole other story! The Girl Next Door is set in a New York apartment building and follows the intertwining lives of its residents during a period of about a year. The story begins with an English couple, Eve and Ed Gallagher, moving to New ...
The Girl Next Door - Elizabeth NobleA more than Noble effort! (1100 words)
by mummy2harry - written on 02/05/09 (Very useful, 221 readings)
For me, there is nothing better than sitting down in the peace and quiet and reading a really good book. I ve always loved reading, and I do moreso now than I ever have done. There are so many good books on the market that it s sometimes hard to choose what one to read next. There are some new authors that really please with me with their books, and Elizabeth Noble is one such author. Although she has been writing since 2003, I ve only just got into her books and after loving her 2008 release, I was desperate to read her new book The Girl Next Door . As usual, I got a copy from the library and sat down eagerly to devour it. Eve and Ed Gallagher have just moved to their ...
The Reading Group - Elizabeth NobleA Year In Books (1043 words)
by t4mof - written on 05/07/04, updated on 05/07/04 (Very useful, 234 readings)
Clare, Harriet, Nicole, Polly and Susan make up the Reading Group. Each woman is different from the next and all have their problems and issues which form the basis of this debut novel by Elizabeth Noble. Clare is married to Elliott and works as a midwife. Very early on it is noticeable that all is not well in the marriage. Communication seems to have broken down between the pair and before long the reasons why become clear. Harriett is also stuck in a marriage in which she is not happy. Although her husband, Tim, clearly loves her deeply, she is not sure she can reciprocate those feelings. ...