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Three Men on a Plane

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Pamela Pryor's son has, at long last, left home. She now feels a certain freedom -- and also certain restlessness. There have been three significant men in her life -- Peter, her ex-husband; Douglas, a style guru; and Dean, a beautiful younger man -- all of whom have begun to think of Pamela in romantic terms once more. But Pamela wants to get to know herself again and ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published June 1999 by Faber & Faber (first published June 8th 1998)
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Caitriona
Dec 07, 2009 Caitriona added it
Recommends it for: Nobody
Can't believe I'm continuing with this drivel. But sometimes drivel is what one needs.

Update...It's getting worse. This book is all over the place. Too many characters, too many cliches, toomany mixed metaphors..

Only continuing as it is on CD and I listen in the car when radio becomes boring.
TAke it off 'to read' lists

I QUIT. UTTER RUBBISH>
N R
Apr 13, 2016 N R rated it it was ok
Some funny parts, but mostly boring. I enjoyed the first book I read by her "Getting back Brahms". But now, as in the case of Lodge, Lurie, Hornby, Parsons (social comedians?), the more you read, the less you like them.
AJWilts
Dec 02, 2015 AJWilts rated it it was ok
Struggled to finish this- it really did not interest me. Certainly not one of the author's best novels.
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Born in Wimbledon, now part of London, Mavis left school at 16 to do office work with Editions Alecto, a Kensington publishing company. She later moved to the firm's gallery in Albemarle Street, where she met artists such as David Hockney, Allen Jones, Patrick Caulfield and Gillian Ayres. In 1969 she married a "childhood sweetheart", Chris Cheek, a physicist, whom she had met at a meeting of the ...more
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