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The Man in the Wooden Hat (Paperback)
  • The Man in the Wooden Hat (Paperback)

The Man in the Wooden Hat (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 20/11/2010
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Filth (Failed In London, Try Hong Kong) is a successful lawyer when he marries Elisabeth in Hong Kong soon after the War. Reserved, immaculate and courteous, Filth finds it hard to demonstrate his emotions. But Elisabeth is different - a free spirit. She was brought up in the Japanese Internment Camps, which killed both her parents, but left her with a lust for survival and an affinity with the Far East. No wonder she is attracted to Filth's hated rival at the Bar - the brash, forceful Veneering. Veneering has a Chinese wife and an adored son - and no difficulty whatsoever in demonstrating his emotions ...How Elisabeth turns into Betty and whether she remains loyal to stolid Filth or swept up by caddish Veneering, make for a page-turning plot, in a perfect novel which is full of surprises and revelations, as well as the humour and eccentricites for which Jane Gardam's writing is famous.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9780349118468

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“A touching story”

I have to state at the outset that I love Jane Gardam's books, but haven't yet read the other FILTH books which maybe left me at a disadvantage. But I loved this book, its a touching story of love and the... More

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24th July 2010
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“Rather dull unfortunately”

There is a companion novel (Old Filth) to this book which was shortlisted for the Orange Prize so I began reading this with some high expectations. Unfortunately the story just did not grab me at all. Set in the early... More

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