Men of Bad Character
Do you ever really know the man you love? When Rose's eighteen-year relationship ends in the most shocking and unexpected way, she emerges from years of what she thought was a loving relationship and realizes the extent to which she was being emotionally manipulated and controlled. While trying to pick up the threads of her shattered life, she meets a charming and elusive new man. He offers hope and possibilities for the future, but as Rose is drawn further into the labyrinth that is Gary's life, she starts to wonder if he is the man she thought he was. Compelling and darkly humorous, Men of Bad Character is a novel about modern love and dangerous liaisons.
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Men of Bad CharacterUser Review - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing
It's a testament to Kathleen Stewart's skill as a writer that I stayed with this novel to the end. It's a further testament that, although I can find nothing positive to say about the plot, I have no ... Read full review
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