Ten Years on

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Quercus Publishing, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Rebecca is married to music teacher Olly and works in a jewellery store in New Bond Street. But when tragedy strikes she decides to move back to her childhood home in the country for a while, hoping time will heal.Joe, born in the same country town as Rebecca, has broken away from the shadow of his father to become the successful owner of a wine-tasting bar, Maison Joe. Tall, dark and mysterious, he is breaking local hearts by dating a striking actress, Peta.For Rebecca, aged thirty-five, living with her parents is a challenge. Nor is it easy discovering that her estranged former friend, Joe, lives and works so close to home.When she sees Joe for the first time in ten years, memories rush back to haunt her. As the two get to know one another again, there are unanswered questions. Why did they lose touch? Will their secret be revealed? What exactly is it about Peta that Rebecca doesn't trust?

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About the author (2012)

Alice Peterson has written two non-fiction books, a personal story called A Will to Win, which has been updated and republished as Another Alice, and a family memoir based on her grandmother's life in Rhodesia. Two novels followed, published by Black Swan – Look the World in the Eye and You, Me and Him. Her most recent novel is Monday to Friday Man, published by Quercus. Alice lives in London.

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