• Other People's Husbands

  • By: Judy Astley
  • Narrated by: Julie Maisey
  • Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 01-22-10
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House AudioBooks
  • 2.8 (4 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Sara’s mother told her that she shouldn’t marry Conrad – that the twenty-five-year age gap between them would tell in the end. The end is now (apparently) approaching fast.
Conrad, a famous painter, has decided that it would be good to die before he gets seriously old and so spends his time sorting out his chaotic life. Sara, teaching art at a local college, finds that she has plenty of male company – other people’s husbands, ones she tells Conrad all about, who are just good friends to her. But there’s one she, somehow, doesn’t get round to mentioning…
©2008 Judy Astley (P)2009 Random House Audio
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By Jill Besterman on 10-12-10

A disappointment

This book was disappointing when compared to other books by the same author. The storyline was thin and the characters rather irritating. The story describes how a much younger wife tries to cope with a selfish, aging husband, their spoilt and unhelpful children and her brief infatuation with another man and I was left with little sympathy for any of them. It was not helped by the narrator's rather dull voice.

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