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The Misinterpretation of Tara Jupp

Eva Rice

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Tara Jupp is living out all our dreams: a pop star in 60s London, surrounded by the glitterati ... but she is haunted by her past.

FROM THE AUTHOR OF 'THE LOST ART OF KEEPING SECRETS'.

Country girl Tara is whisked off to '60s London to become a star; there she is dressed, she is shown off at Chelsea parties, photographed by the best. She meets songwriters, singers, designers, and records her song. And she falls in love - with two men. Behind the buzz and excitement of her success, the bitterness between her elder sister Lucy and her friend Matilda haunts Tara. Their past friendship is broken and among the secrets and the strangeness of both their marriages, the past keeps on reappearing.

Praise for THE LOST ART OF KEEPING SECRETS:
'So good we could hardly speak' Observer.
'A delight of Nancy Mitford-esque trials and tribulations' Vogue.
(P)2103 WF Howes Ltd

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Eva Rice

Eva Rice has written five novels and one non-fiction book. Her third novel, The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets, was a Richard and Judy Book Club Choice. Her latest novel is Love Notes for Freddie. She is married to a musician and has three children. She lives in London.

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