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  • Hodder & Stoughton

After the Fire

Belva Plain

3 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Romance, Sagas

Her enthralling story of a terrible injustice and the woman whose life is first torn apart by it, then rebuilt in unexpected ways

Hyacinthe has always been the quiet one: gentle, artistic, never glamorous. Swept off her feet by an ambitious young doctor, she is happy to put her own ambitions as a designer to one side, to become the mother of two lovely

Until the day she must face the fact that Gerald is seeing other women. Distraught, desperate, she goes to his office to seek proof. And because of what happens there on a terrible night, she loses the custody of her children . . .

The enthralling story of a woman whose life is first torn apart by injustice, then rebuilt in unexpected ways.

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Praise for After the Fire

  • The queen of family saga writer . . . Belva Plain is in a class of her own. - New York Times

  • An accomplished storyteller. - Washington Post

  • Belva Plain writes with authority and integrity. - San Francisco Chronicle

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Belva Plain

Belva Plain's first novel, EVERGREEN, was published in 1978 and became an international bestseller. Over the course of a career spanning three decades she published over twenty bestselling novels in 22 languages. She died at the age of ninety five in 2010.

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