The other side of the river

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  • Published 20070605
  • ISBN: 9780733321221
  • Extent: 264 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

DAVID HAD THE address scribbled on the margin of an article he wanted to finish reading in the car. Ellen didn’t know the area. The name was familiar – one of those long roads that stretched for miles, sometimes a main artery, at other times dwindling into little more than a street.

“You’re going to have to direct me,” she told him, and he sighed as he folded the paper and pulled out the street directory.

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