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Guilty Creatures by Sue Welfare
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Jan 19, 12


mim pilgrim after twenty years of marriage, finds herself unhappy and annoyed with her life and wanting for a change. her famous husband's selfishness and fame - obsession not helping the matter, she falls into bed with the window cleaner and by so doing begins a chain of events that lead to the much desired life changes she hoped for. amid much confusion and guilt, mim finally breaks up with her husband to go on and lead a much more fulfilling existence.
not a bad story.
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