Deja Vu

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Penguin Random House Australia, Jan 7, 2008 - Fiction - 312 pages
Annie and Marc have abandoned their careers, throwing caution to the wind, to move from Australia to rural France with their nine-year-old son, Charlie. But two years on, their savings are all spent and their marriage is on the rocks. Then, just when it seems things can't get much worse, the inexplicable happens ... For Annie and Marc, a disturbing jaunt back into their past will unearth painful secrets. Unless they can rediscover the love they once shared, and change the course of fate, their son will be lost forever.
Déjà vu is a haunting and moving story about love and forgiveness... and learning to deal with the past.

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An interesting and readable story, chick lit with surprising substance, despite some cliched and predictable plot turns. Annie (Australian) and Marc (French) find themselves back in the cafe in Paris ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Susan Fraser was born in Newcastle and grew up in Sydney. She studies English literature and languages at Sydney University and later taught English and French. She then studied law and worked as a lawyer before moving to France in 2000. Susan lives south of Paris, with her French husband fifteen-year-old son.

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