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The husband's secret : Book Club set Liane Moriarty.

The husband's secret : Book Club set Liane Moriarty.
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Book Club   Forster . On Loan . 6 Aug 2022
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ISBN 9781742613949
Shelf Location BookClub/M Book Club
Author Moriarty, Liane
Title The husband's secret : : Book Club set / Liane Moriarty.
Place of publication Sydney, NSW : Macmillan , 2013
Collation 406 pages : 20 cm ; 10 copies ;
General Note Donated by Hallidays Point Probus Book Club 2015.
Abstract/Summary To be opened in the event of my death - with one swift, vicious movement, she sliced the envelope open, and pulled out a handwritten you and the sorry to leave you with this...cannot bear - The Husband's Secret is a funny, heartbreaking novel of marriage, grief, love and secrets. When her husband announces he's in love with her best friend, painfully shy Tess picks up her young son and returns to her mother's house. There she begins an unexpected affair with an old flame. Rachel is a woman in her sixties consumed by grief and anger at the loss of her daughter twenty years earlier. When her son announces he is taking her beloved grandson overseas, Rachel begins a descent into deeper bitterness and pain. Cecilia is the quintessential "I don't know how she does it" woman. A devoted mother to three daughters, she runs her household like clockwork, is President of the P&C, owns an extremely successful Tupperware business and is happy in her fifteen-year marriage. Until she discovers a letter in their attic labelled: "To my wife Cecilia, to be opened in the event of my death"... Her husband's secret is a bombshell beyond all imagining with repercussions across the lives of all three women.
Subject Sagas -- Fiction
Australian authors -- Fiction
Book Club set
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