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Painterwood

Painterwood

(1971)
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When Susan was out of a job, she accepted her friend Val Peacock's suggestion that she go to help out at Val's family home, Painterwood. Painterwood was a demanding sort of place, Val told her, and so were some of the people in it. Nevertheless, Susan took the chance - and indeed found herself more than a little involved with all the Peacock family - selfish, demanding Mrs. Peacock, her 'difficult'young daughter Penny, and the glamorous Roger. Susan soon found herself increasingly attracted to Roger, and felt that he returned her interest - but could she be sure that he had forgotten the glamorous Magda, to whom he had once been engaged? Where did Ellis Chrichton fit in? He paid Susan a lot of attention - but then wasn't he just as friendly with Magda - and Val? They all seemed so involved with each other; yet sometimes Susan felt that the only thing that mattered to any of them in the end was - Painterwood.

 
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Hardback Editions

May 1971 : UK Hardback
Title: Painterwood
Author(s): Mary Cummins
ISBN: 0-263-51687-3 / 978-0-263-51687-6 (UK edition)
Publisher: Mills & Boon
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Kindle Editions

September 2012 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
Title: Painterwood
Author(s): Mary Cummins
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