Cuba

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Plume, Mar 30, 2004 - Fiction - 324 pages
2 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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CUBA

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A nice married couple from Brighton take a year's sabbatical to Cuba only to have their not-quite-as-nice neighbor from home turn up there as well.With this third outing, Barr (Baggage, 2002, etc ... Read full review

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User Review  - bookmagic - LibraryThing

Maggie moved to Brighton to get away from Edinburg, where she was dumped by her boyfriend. Maggie's family thinks she is working for American Express but she actually has a job as a stripper. She is ... Read full review

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