Description - Beating About The Bush by Linda Taylor
Ella Norton has opted for the simple life. Gone are the power suits, the high earnings and the high stress of city life - and instead she's got her own cottage, a course in horticulture, and a crush on her dynamic tutor Matt. But life isn't all rustic paradise - Ella has two lodgers - gorgeous, worldly Miranda and unglamorous, na ve Faith - who can't stand each other. And then there's the matter of Matt's wife and the fact that something dodgy and possibly illegal seems to be going on next door. When the police arrive and set up a stakeout in Ella's bedroom, things begin to spiral seriously out of control...
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(197mm x 130mm x 28mm)
Arrow Books Ltd
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Author Biography - Linda Taylor
Linda Taylor worked for the Civil Service in London and Angola, and as a vice-consul in Sri Lanka before teaching in Japan. On her return, she read English at Oxford. When her first novel, Reading Between the Lines, was published in 1998 it immediately became a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller; her second novel, Going Against the Grain, was published in 1999 to great acclaim, followed by Rising to the Occasion and, most recently, Shooting at the Stars. She lives in Kent.