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The Good Wife

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Step into a very public marriage, in the compulsive novel from the bestselling author of Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman

Fanny Savage was once dutiful, clever, vulnerable and dreamy.

Now married to Will, a successful politician with big ambitions, her life is a whirlwind of public engagements and loyalty to the party, a position that requires her to look good and remain silent.

But she's no fool. She's well aware that the world outside her home is one that seethes with despair, danger and division. And she's beginning to understand how fragile happiness can be.

Is she coping with the transition from eager bride to politician's wife?

Has she been the Good Wife?

Does being good always mean being truthful?

Praise for Elizabeth Buchan:

'Gorgeously well-written - funny, sad, sophisticated' Independent

'Beautifully observed, with the insight and humour that one has come to expect from the author' Times

'Compelling, compassionate, and aglow with moments of laugh-or-cry humour' Mail on Sunday

'Buchan is a cut above the rest' Sunday Mirror


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Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd

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  • ISBN: 9780141911588
  • Release date: June 2, 2008

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780141911588
  • File size: 282 KB
  • Release date: June 2, 2008

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OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

Step into a very public marriage, in the compulsive novel from the bestselling author of Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman

Fanny Savage was once dutiful, clever, vulnerable and dreamy.

Now married to Will, a successful politician with big ambitions, her life is a whirlwind of public engagements and loyalty to the party, a position that requires her to look good and remain silent.

But she's no fool. She's well aware that the world outside her home is one that seethes with despair, danger and division. And she's beginning to understand how fragile happiness can be.

Is she coping with the transition from eager bride to politician's wife?

Has she been the Good Wife?

Does being good always mean being truthful?

Praise for Elizabeth Buchan:

'Gorgeously well-written - funny, sad, sophisticated' Independent

'Beautifully observed, with the insight and humour that one has come to expect from the author' Times

'Compelling, compassionate, and aglow with moments of laugh-or-cry humour' Mail on Sunday

'Buchan is a cut above the rest' Sunday Mirror


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