From the bestselling author of A Week in Paris, a Good Housekeeping Reader Recommends novel. 'Gloriously absorbing and beautifully written ab her best novel yet' Cathy Kelly London, the present day: Emily Gordon has found her dream job, as an editor at a small publishing house. When the biography of a late great English novelist crosses her desk, she discovers, buried beneath the history, a story that simply has to be toldab London, 1948: Isabel Barber has barely arrived in the city when a chance meeting leads to a job offer, and a fascinating career beckons. But as she develops a close working relationship with a charismatic young debut novelist the professional soon becomes personal, and she finds herself fighting for her very survivalab A compelling and engrossing story of hidden lives and secret pasts from the bestselling author of A Place of Secrets and A Gathering Storm. 'A terrific story, with powerful, truthful emotions' Elizabeth Buchan 'Brings post-war London wonderfully alive. I loved it' Daisy WaughStreet lights glowing in the misty air. In the garden at the centre, the branches of great trees formed filigreed shapes of black and silver, from which cries of roosting birds contended with the grind and roar of ... It was a Friday night and Londona#39;s offices were emptying fast. ... She was reading a manuscript and eating an apple.
|Title||:||The Silent Tide|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2013-06-06|