Changes and Chances
Hutchinson, 1990 - 215 pages
Feckless by nature, Adrian Hillier has inherited money which he uses to support the arts. When deserted by his French wife, he drifts into a relationship which makes him question his attitudes to life and people.
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CHANGES AND CHANCESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Middleton, author of some 30 novels, here offers a sturdy, penetrating study of a man who ``doesn't seem to consider consequences'' and of the women who surround him, notably his housekeeper/lover ... Read full review