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Leah's Boys By Anthony de Groot
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"FROM STEEL MAGNOLIA TO IRON LADY" This powerful retelling of Shakespeare's KING LEAR takes place in the American South during the turbulent 1960s. Leah Gunter is about to hand over the... More > reins of the family's industrial empire to her three sons, Brett, Hal and George. Brett and Hal know the business backwards, but it is George, Leah's favourite whom she plans to start as her PA and let him slip into her place over his brothers. This is the moment George has been dreading all his life - he's already got his own very different life going in New York. Leah expects total obedience; she controls the purse-strings. Meanwhile Hal's wife has stumbled on the truth about George's double-life, which she plans to use now to destroy him. LEAH'S BOYS retells the story of Shakepeare's enigmatic tragedy of power and betrayal in a modern setting with the full dramatic impact of the original.< Less
a cigarette called DAFFODIL By Anthony de Groot
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Read about the crazy world of advertising as it was in the late sixties, written by someone who lived it, breathed it, and almost survived it. A cigarette called Daffodil takes you back to swinging... More > London, to a two-bit advertising agency fighting to take its place amongst the Big Boys.< Less
Aldenham Park By Anthony de Groot
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DID SHE FALL - OR WAS SHE PUSHED? That is the question that has been at the back of everyone's mind since Teddy More's eccentric wife, Tilda, was found early one summer's morning, floating... More > face-down in their swimming pool,with her small dog paddling alongside, trying to climb on to her body. There's no doubt her untimely death would have solved Teddy's immediate financial difficulties if Tilda, unbeknown to him, hadn't been smart enough to keep two steps ahead of the game. In this story of unwinding family tensions and feuding over Aldenham Park, the rundown italianate mansion overlooking an estuary on the Suffolk coast where Teddy and his two sisters grew up, and which he plans to sell as soon as he inherits it, things are rarely what they seem, and Tilda's presence is never far away. Did she fall, or was she pushed? The family is divided, and it is left to the reader to decide.< Less