At the beginning of Another Woman, Vincenzi’s fourth novel, Cressida Forrest and Oliver Bergin are hosting a dinner for their closest friends and family the night before their wedding. But the next morning Cressida has vanished and almost more secrets and lies than the reader can keep up with are steadily exposed. Each chapter is told from the point of view of a different character and the twists and turns of the plot are deliciously unfurled as you move from one to the next.
A compelling novel by Sunday Times Number One bestseller Penny Vincenzi: 'A zippy blend of glamour, drama and sex' Daily Mail The night before her lavish wedding to Oliver Bergin, Cressida Forrest went to bed serene and happy. By morning she had vanished - without apparent cause, and without trace. Shocked, anxious and uncomprehending, the two families face a long and painful day of revelations, as a complex, fragile web of sexual, marital and financial secrets is ripped apart by Cressida's disappearance. And the question they are all forced to ask is who really was the woman they thought they knew - perfect daughter, sister, lover and wife never to be?
'Seductively readable... I carried on reading late into the night'
'Every Penny Vincenzi is a guaranteed bestseller'
'Like a glass of champagne: bubbly, moreish and you don't want it to end'
Publication date: 08/02/2007
Publisher: Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group
|Publication date:||8th February 2007|
|Publisher:||Headline Review an imprint of Headline Publishing Group|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Family Drama, Literary Fiction, Relationship Stories,|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),|
Penny Vincenzi is one of the UK`s best-loved and most popular authors. Since her first novel, Old Sins, was published in 1989, she has written sixteen bestselling novels, most recently A Perfect Heritage and the number one bestsellers The Decision, The Best of Times and An Absolute Scandal.Her first 'proper' job was at the Harrods Library, aged sixteen, after which she went to secretarial college. She joined the Mirror and later became a journalist, writing for The Times, the Daily Mail and Cosmopolitan amongst many others, before turning to fiction. Several years later, over seven million copies of Penny's ...More About Penny Vincenzi