The Best of Friends

The Best of Friends

by Joanna Trollope
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The Best of Friends by Joanna Trollope

Gina and Laurence have been the best of friends since childhoodbut they’ve never been in love. For marriage, they chose others: Fergus, who gave Gina a lovely daughter and a life of elegance and wealth; and Hilary, who helped Laurence build a cozy, successful hotel, and who counts Gina as one of her dearest friends as well. But when one of these marriages ends, the result is a shift that sends tremors through three generations and two familiesas friends become lovers, lovers become enemies, enemies become allies…and another marriage hangs in the balance. Joanna Trollope is the sort of author who “makes her readers want to drop everything in order to keep on reading” (Publishers Weekly)and The Best of Friends proves her consummate skill once again.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425183175
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/08/2002
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 857,885
Product dimensions: 5.13(w) x 7.97(h) x 0.85(d)

About the Author

Joanna Trollope has been writing fiction for more than 30 years. Some of her best known works include The Rector's Wife (her first #1 bestseller), A Village Affair, Other People's Children, and Marrying the Mistress. She was awarded the OBE in the 1996 Queen's Birthday Honors List for services to literature. She lives in England.

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The Best of Friends 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Trollope is so talented, and she can really get into the thoughts and feelings of the characters. I very much enjoyed reading it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Through strong emotions the characters in this novel behave in a reasonable and noble way, redefining themselves as they define the lines of marriage, family and friendship. However, the reader is more likely to care for the situation itself (the well-being of those involved) than he is to care for the characters, who are likable but not too appealing.