Separate Beds by Elizabeth Buchan
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Separate Beds Summary
Tom and Annie's kids have grown up, the mortgage is do-able, and they're about to get a gorgeous new, state-of-the-art French stove. Life is good - or so it seems. Beneath the veneer of professional success and domestic security, their marriage is crumbling, eaten away by years of resentment, loneliness, and the fall out from the estrangement of their daughter, and they've settled into simply being two strangers living under the same roof.
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"As the scenes shift between past and present, the trajectory of a marriage is effectively illustrated." - Booklist
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Elizabeth Buchan Author Biography
Elizabeth spent her childhood moving home every three years - including living for brief periods in Egypt and Nigeria before moving to Guildford, York and Edinburgh.
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