A Question of Trust (Paperback)Penny Vincenzi (author)
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A Question of Trust is vintage Penny Vincenzi: rich with characters, life-changing decisions, love, desire and conflict.
'There are few things better in life than ... the latest novel by Penny Vincenzi' - The Daily Express
1950s London. Tom Knelston is charismatic, working class and driven by ambition, ideals and passion. He is a man to watch. His wife Alice shares his vision. It seems they are the perfect match.
Then out of the blue, Tom meets beautiful and unhappily married Diana Southcott, a fashion model.
An exciting but dangerous affair is inevitable and potentially damaging to their careers.
And when a child becomes ill, Tom is forced to make decisions about his principles, his reputation, his marriage, and most of all, his love for his child.
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 608
Weight: 418 g
Dimensions: 202 x 169 x 44 mm
'The queen of the posh blockbuster returns with another chunky decade-spanning saga' - The Sunday Mirror
'With a rich cast of characters buffeted by love, betrayal and loyalty, glamour and conflict, this is Vincenzi at her best' - Woman & Home
'[A] hugely enjoyable romantic drama...lots of the period characters [that] Vincenzi does so well' - The Daily Mail
'A Sunday afternoon in autumn, a pot of tea, a round of toast and a new Penny Vincenzi novel - I know of no finer way to while away a few hours.' - Red
'Glamorous, escapist and gloriously enjoyable' - The People
'This magnificent doorstep of a book contains everything we expect from Vincenzi - glamour, passionate affairs, secrets and betrayals. Another winner' - The Sunday Express
'Glamorous, escapist and gloriously enjoyable, this decade-spanning novel is rich in detail' - Best
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