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Blame it on the Bugatti

Blame it on the Bugatti (Hardback)

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Synopsis

The Contessa Aurelia di Tramonti wakes, painfully, from her second facelift, expecting her husband to take her home. But then comes the phone call. There's been an accident. He can't pick her up.

Typical man, she thinks, so unreliable. But it turns out Giancarlo was covering his tracks. The perfect set-up that will welcome her at home is sure to shock her to the core. He has finally got one over on her.

Never one to be on the back foot, the Contessa embarks on a mission to show that excuse for a husband who's boss.

Blame it on the Bugatti is a rip-roaring tale of fantastic and funny escapades, and the stunning lengths a wife and husband will each go to, in order to finally win their long marital battle for power.

As the story reaches its dramatic conclusion, they'll both wish they'd never schemed to buy that Bugatti!

A perfect holiday read, this short novel is pure escapism.



About the author

Trisha King was born in London, and studied with the Open University, and the University of London. She has worked for a variety of organisations large and small, none of them remotely connected to publishing or Italian aristocrats. A doting mother, she now lives on the south coast of England. Trisha started writing stories at school, striking lucky in 1991 with the first writing competition she entered, The Sunday Times short story competition. She has continued writing on and off since then. And, one night, she had a dream ...

Fiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945 Publisher: New Generation Publishing Publication Date: 16/06/2016 ISBN-13: 9781785078316  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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