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Monday Afternoon

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Monday Afternoon is the story of Angelo Aiello, dissatisfied husband of Alice, loving father of Sophia, troubled Italian Roman Catholic and committed New Yorker who, after fifteen years of a grindingly deteriorating marriage, accidentally meets his exact match in the Stamford Nature Center in Connecticut (the state which appropriately describes itself as being 'full of sur ...more
Paperback, 262 pages
Published March 3rd 2010 by Createspace
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Stephen sangirardi
This is my book, published by Night Reading in the UK; picture on back cover It is available on Amazon.com for the amazingly low price of $10.79.
Monday Afternoon by Stephen Sangirardi. The novel is about an English teacher who strays from the marital path and gets himself in big trouble.
K.J. Kron
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Wow, this book is really good. It's making me squirm a little. Love it all the way through - recommend it.
Tim Roux
A really intense tale of a love affair. The first section grabs you by the throat as you remember what it was like to fall in love during those first few breathtaking hours, and then there is the hangover. Great book
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