The best of times

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Headline, May 8, 2009 - Fiction - 751 pages
29 Reviews
A hot summer's day, a crowded motorway, a split second that changed people's lives forever. Gripping, heartbreaking, exciting and unputdownable, this new novel will be one of 2009's biggest and most enjoyable novels - from the irresistible Penny Vincenzi.

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User Review  - Rosemary Lauryn - Goodreads

Complete garbage disguised with a decent premise. Disgusting language on every page - I felt like I literally skipped half the book trying to avoid it. The author seems to imply that the only real ... Read full review

Review: The Best of Times

User Review  - Goodreads

Complete garbage disguised with a decent premise. Disgusting language on every page - I felt like I literally skipped half the book trying to avoid it. The author seems to imply that the only real ... Read full review

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Penny Vincenzi attended secretarial college and then joined the staff of the Mirror. She later became a journalist and wrote for numerous publications including The Times, the Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, and the Tattler. Her first novel, Old Sins, was published in 1989. Her other works include An Absolute Scandal, Sheer Abandon, and the Spoils of Time Trilogy.

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