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A Time to Dance

(2000)
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1968 - a year of revolution. Five girls join the army, five very different girls, but their friendship makes the hardships, the square-bashing and the petty humiliations of army life bearable.

Isa - determined and focused. She'd looked through the glass ceiling and saw what she wanted on the other side. And she'd do anything to get it.

Juliet - she just wanted to have fun.

Ruth - steady and dependable, she was expected by her friends to carry all their problems as well as her own.

Nell - her marriage to charismatic and ambitious Oliver gave her all the good things in life, but the glossy façade of her life hid a very different reality.

Hope - the odd one out. No one knew what Hope wanted. But when their friendship was threatened, Hope gave up her own future to save it and, in doing so, began a life of deception whose shadow reached out to touch the next generation.

Reunited after twenty-five years, the five women discover that the past still has a grip on them, which threatens their stability and brings with it violent death.

Genre: Sagas

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Paperback Editions

March 2000 : UK Paperback
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Title: A Time To Dance
Author(s): Kathryn Haig
ISBN: 0-552-14538-6 / 978-0-552-14538-1 (UK edition)
Publisher: Corgi Books
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Audio Editions

October 2003 : UK Audio Cassette
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Title: A Time to Dance
Author(s): Kathryn Haig
ISBN: 1-84283-662-5 / 978-1-84283-662-0 (UK edition)
Publisher: Soundings Ltd
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