The unabridged audiobook of An Old-Fashioned Arrangement, read by Selina Griffiths, is now available as a download - see audible.co.uk - quite a lot cheaper than the CDs or cassettes. See also audible.com for the US version.
This time it's classified under chick-lit and romance whereas originally Oakhill termed a thriller. One thing I've learnt is that different publishers and readers concentrate on surprisingly different aspects of a book, even tiny details one has forgotten about.
I guess that makes it more interesting for a reading group anyway. I'd say it's about quite a few things - love, Geneva, family relationships, misguided loyalty - see the link top right, but I know publishers like to put books in pigeon holes. Some British libraries ticked a box to say it was about 'poor single mothers' - but that's certainly not the case!
Not been posting lately owing to various last minute Christmas and other panics.