Cuba

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Plume, Mar 30, 2004 - Fiction - 324 pages
16 Reviews
Maggie's idea of starting over after breaking up with her boyfriend isn't working out as planned. Instead of the fabulous career, shopping with friends, and dinner parties she'd imagined, all she has is a lonely flat, and although it pays well, her job at Vixenz isn't worth writing home about.

Life picks up for Maggie when she accidentally discovers that she can overhear everything in her neighbors' flat. When her new neighbor David announces to his wife Libby that they and their infant son Charlie are off to Cuba on sabbatical, the travel bug is very contagious, and it doesn't take Maggie long to decide that Libby and David are not going alone...

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User Review  - Mandy - Goodreads

More like 3.5 stars. I did enjoy this book, as I enjoy Emily Barr's writing so much, but this was not the best of her books. That said, I found it very entertaining and more than a little surprising ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary Hawley - Goodreads

I liked this a lot...the question of who was a reliable narrator kept things edgy. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
11
Section 3
21
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Emily Barr has written columns and travel pieces for London's Observerand The Guardian. After traveling around Asia for a year, she settled back down in England to write novels. The author of Backpackand Baggage, Emily Barr lives with her husband and two-year-old son, Gabriel.

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