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Four-cornered circle / Jon Cleary.

By: Cleary, Jon, 1917- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Pymble, N.S.W. : HarperCollins Australia, 2007Description: 245 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780732285463 ; 0732285461 .Other title: 4 cornered circle | Four cornered circle.Subject(s): Deception -- Fiction | Family -- Fiction | Twins -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories.Summary: Louise and Marie are twin sisters.They've always been close, but now Marie is on the brink of huge success as a children's author, and people are asking her if she's the next Harry Potter. Attending the launch party for the book, Louise can't help feeling a stab of - what? Not jealousy, exactly, more irritation at her own situation: divorced, and drifting. Her relationship with her ex-husband, Joe, is cordial enough but wary - though she can't avoid him: he's still part of the family as far as everyone else is concerned. Then there are the unwelcome stirrings that Marie's rakishly handsome husband, Leif, spark within her.
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Louise and Marie are twin sisters. They've always been close, but now Marie is on the brink of huge success as a children's author. Attending the launch party for the book, Louise can't help feeling a stab of what? Not jealousy, more irritation at her own situation.

Louise and Marie are twin sisters.They've always been close, but now Marie is on the brink of huge success as a children's author, and people are asking her if she's the next Harry Potter. Attending the launch party for the book, Louise can't help feeling a stab of - what? Not jealousy, exactly, more irritation at her own situation: divorced, and drifting. Her relationship with her ex-husband, Joe, is cordial enough but wary - though she can't avoid him: he's still part of the family as far as everyone else is concerned. Then there are the unwelcome stirrings that Marie's rakishly handsome husband, Leif, spark within her.

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