[PDF / Epub] ✈ A Saucerful of Secrets ☀ Jane Yardley – Pimply.info

A Saucerful of Secrets A Teenage Girl Comes To Ealing To Meet Her Birth Mother, A Glamorous, Bohemian Writer, In This Blackly Funny Novel With A Stunning Twist.It Is 1969 London Swings, Men Land On The Moon, And Thirteen Year Old Kim Tanner Appears On Imogen S Doorstep To Announce She Is Her Long Lost Daughter Imogen Has Written A Bestseller About The Baby She Was Forced To Give Away, So There Have Been Many Contenders But Kim Is Special, And Imogen Is Convinced So Kim Moves In And Proceeds To Bring Order To Chaos Then Along Comes The Pretty, Appealing Sukie, Also Claiming To Be Imogen S Child.Kim Is Determined To Prove She Is The Real Daughter, But When She Starts Digging She Unearths A Very Murky Story.

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10 thoughts on “A Saucerful of Secrets

  1. says:

    I didn t really follow the minds working out the mystery in the book, but it was enjoyable even though a bit unbelievable for a 13 year old girl to take so much in her own hands The end was a good

  2. says:

    In an effort to make room for new books I sometimes start reading a book from my shelf that I think I can get rid of after reading I figured this would be a fun read, but nothing special I was quite

  3. says:

    As this was for my book club, I wasn t really sure what to expect but was rather expecting the worst As it turns out, though, I really enjoyed it It s written very accessibly, but under the story of a

  4. says:

    Touching novel about adoption and identity Another family mystery Well written and very enjoyable.

  5. says:

    Quite jolly Rather farfetched but engaging Way better than Dancing with Dr Kildare, which was dreadful.

  6. says:

    Didnt expected the ending at all Gave three stars cause i felt it was a little too draggy for me But still a relatively good read.

  7. says:

    Adoption and amateur theatricals in the 60s, with an endearingly practical heroine.

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