Someone at a Distance

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Persephone, 1999 - Adultery - 413 pages
7 Reviews
A deceptively simple plot about a deceived wife and a foolish husband. Avery and Ellen have been married for twenty years. When his mother advertises for a companion, the French girl who arrives sets her sights on Avery and callously threatens the happy marriage.

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User Review  - AlisonY - LibraryThing

Part of the Persephone Classics series that covers forgotten authors, Dorothy Whipple (unbeknown to be) wrote 8 successful novels from the 1930s up to 1953, when she wrote this, her final novel ... Read full review

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User Review  - tess_schoolmarm - LibraryThing

[Someone at a Distance] was a Peresphone classic. It was a story of love, trust, betrayal, and forgiveness. My first Peresphone and a good read, not your usual trashy romances; it was something more substantial. Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1999)

Born in 1893 in Lancashire, England, Dorothy Whipple wrote nine extremely successful novels, two of which were made into films. She also wrote short stories and two volumes of memoirs. She died in 1966.

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