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Rosemary Friedman

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 351 pages

File size: 446 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This is one of Rosemary Friedman’s best-loved novels. Freddie Lomax is a slick, work-driven city executive. He is popular, good-looking and sociable with a comfortable lifestyle and a successful marriage. This is all placed in jeopardy when, without warning, Freddie is given two hours to clear his desk and he finds himself joining the ranks of the middle-aged unemployed. His confidence that he will find a new job proves unfounded. Readjustment to his new life is difficult and his marriage to Jane begins to suffer.But Freddie has much to learn about the important things in life and he begins a painful journey of self-discovery. He realises that he is not the only one with problems and he applies his talents to a last attempt to save both himself and his relationship. “REVIEW: ‘What a story! What a storyteller!’ (Daily Mail)

This is one of Rosemary Friedman’s best-loved novels. Freddie Lomax is a slick, work-driven city executive. He is popular, good-looking and sociable with a comfortable lifestyle and a successful marriage. This is all placed in jeopardy when, without warning, Freddie is given two hours to clear his desk and he finds himself joining the ranks of the middle-aged unemployed. His confidence that he will find a new job proves unfounded. Readjustment to his new life is… (more)

This is one of Rosemary Friedman’s best-loved novels. Freddie Lomax is a slick, work-driven city executive. He is popular, good-looking and sociable with a comfortable lifestyle and a successful marriage. This is all placed in jeopardy when, without warning, Freddie is given two hours to clear his desk and he finds himself joining the ranks of the middle-aged unemployed. His confidence that he will find a new job proves unfounded. Readjustment to his new life is difficult and his marriage to Jane begins to suffer.But Freddie has much to learn about the important things in life and he begins a painful journey of self-discovery. He realises that he is not the only one with problems and he applies his talents to a last attempt to save both himself and his relationship. “REVIEW: ‘What a story! What a storyteller!’ (Daily Mail)

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