Run for Your Life

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Plume, 2006 - Fiction - 306 pages
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Sometimes you find friendship in the most unlikely places.

Thirty-something Fleur Bonner has a career selling fake antiques, a London flat with no central heating, and no focus. She agrees to train for the London marathon, joining the misfits, the lost, and the lonely who make up the Battersea Park New Runner┬'s Club, hoping it may provide a welcome change in her unfulfilling life. But then her boss disappears, and it appears that her job may actually be a front for art forgery. She quickly goes from girl-about-town to jailbird, not understanding what happened and why. Maybe those ┬“misfits┬” from the Battersea Park New Runner┬'s Club can provide some answers. . .

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2006)

LUCY HAWKING has worked for New York Magazine and has written for the Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Times (London), and the London Evening Standard and the author of Jaded (available from Plume). She is one of Professor Stephen Hawking┬'s three children.

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