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Worth [text (large print)] / Jon Canter.

By: Canter, Jon.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Charnwood series.Publisher: Leicester : Charnwood ; Thorpe, 2012, c2011Edition: Large print edition.Description: 365 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781444811537 (hbk.); 1444811533.Subject(s): Friendship -- Fiction | Neighbours -- Fiction | Secrets -- Fiction | Large type books | Suffolk (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: General fiction.DDC classification: CAN Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: In London, Richard and Sarah meet, fall in love, and marry. When they decide to escape the rat race and buy a cottage in the Suffolk village of Worth, they're hard-pressed to find friends. But a friendship develops between them and their new neighbour. Catherine, a single woman, admires their love for each other, whilst they admire her uncompromising nature. And on sleepy weekday nights, the trio's pastime IS each other. A delightful friendship ensues - yet Catherine's evasive manner begins to make them feel uneasy. The rural idyll fades, Richard struggles to find work, and when Sarah takes a job with a woman she meets at a conference, the couple are drawn deeper into the life of their neighbour - deeper than they could ever imagine.
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Richard and Sarah meet in London, fall in love and move to the country, to be free of the rat race and the ex-partners who have dominated their lives. Buying a cottage in the village of Worth, at first they struggle to find friends. But soon after meeting next-door neighbour Catherine, the couple find their lives turned upside down.

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Originally published: London: Jonathan Cape, 2011.

In London, Richard and Sarah meet, fall in love, and marry. When they decide to escape the rat race and buy a cottage in the Suffolk village of Worth, they're hard-pressed to find friends. But a friendship develops between them and their new neighbour. Catherine, a single woman, admires their love for each other, whilst they admire her uncompromising nature. And on sleepy weekday nights, the trio's pastime IS each other. A delightful friendship ensues - yet Catherine's evasive manner begins to make them feel uneasy. The rural idyll fades, Richard struggles to find work, and when Sarah takes a job with a woman she meets at a conference, the couple are drawn deeper into the life of their neighbour - deeper than they could ever imagine.

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