Hunter's Green

Hunter's Green

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by Phyllis A. Whitney

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
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5.45(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)

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Hunter's Green 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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This story deals with a hurried marriage that leads to Eve running away from it alone. As the story starts, Eve North (an American) has spent years away from her husband (Justin North) and his (their) home in England to live and work in America. When she finally returns on the request of Maggie, Justin's cousin who has come to live in the mansion, she discovers that her husband is planning to marry someone else. Everyone seems suspicious of her when the gardener is murdered, and someone is trying to ruin Justin's work. In the middle of everything is Eve's friendship to the younger, mischievous girlfriend (Dacia) of Justin's brother Marc. Dacia is involved in a hit-and-run -mistakenly taken as Eve-before she has a chance to tell Eve what she knew about the murder. As Justin and Eve rekindle the love they once had, the murderer is still at large and the choice is up to Eve on who to trust. This book is GREAT!!!! I loved every detail and the love-hate relationship of Eve and Justin. You'll find yourself falling for the couple!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is exquisite! When I read this book I kept imagining it as a movie that should never end. It is really a good book and I think everyone should know about it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is wonderful that I read it about 10 times. Every time that I read it I think to myself this sould be a movie. I love all the Phyllis A. Whitney books. Thank you for bring them into my life. I think that when someone writes a book that is so great that I read it in one day, and then talk about how everyone else shopuld read this book all week long. Again thank you Phyllis A. Whitney for these wonderful books.