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Friday Nights

A Novel

by Joanna Trollope

eBook

Joanna Trollope's warm, insightful novel stars Eleanor, who invites two young mothers into her home from off the street, and slowly begins to connect with them and their friends. But when one of them meets a man, new questions are posed: can female friendships withstand the jealousies and intricacies of love? With wit and warmth Joanna Trollope opens a window onto six very different women's lives, their passions and their sorrows, and explores with insight and humanity the shifting currents of friendship. "Trollope's memorable characters do more than just represent varying female predicaments: they develop as rich individuals who come to triumph over their pasts...Trollope masterfully shows how work and romance can tip the scales in female friendships."—Publishers Weekly Joanna Trollope, the nationally bestselling author of seventeen other books, including Second Honeymoon, Brother & Sister, Marrying the Mistress, and The Rector's Wife, lives in Gloucestershire, England.


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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Kindle Book

  • Release date: February 16, 2011

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781608196593
  • Release date: February 16, 2011

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781608196593
  • File size: 2144 KB
  • Release date: February 16, 2011


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Kindle Book
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subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

Joanna Trollope's warm, insightful novel stars Eleanor, who invites two young mothers into her home from off the street, and slowly begins to connect with them and their friends. But when one of them meets a man, new questions are posed: can female friendships withstand the jealousies and intricacies of love? With wit and warmth Joanna Trollope opens a window onto six very different women's lives, their passions and their sorrows, and explores with insight and humanity the shifting currents of friendship. "Trollope's memorable characters do more than just represent varying female predicaments: they develop as rich individuals who come to triumph over their pasts...Trollope masterfully shows how work and romance can tip the scales in female friendships."—Publishers Weekly Joanna Trollope, the nationally bestselling author of seventeen other books, including Second Honeymoon, Brother & Sister, Marrying the Mistress, and The Rector's Wife, lives in Gloucestershire, England.


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