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* THE MAN WHO DISAPPEARED by Claire Morrall (Sceptre, pounds 7.99) KATE Kendall has a charming life -successful, loving husband, three kids and all the life luxuries she could possibly need -until one day her idyll shatters.

Reliable, respectable Felix, the very cornerstone of their family, seemingly disappears off the face of the earth suspected of international money laundering offences and Kate is left to pick up the pieces.

On the surface, there's the practical things -school fees, the mortgage, the bills; she's never needed to work before and doesn't know how to start.

Underneath there's hurt and anger at discovering her husband isn't the honourable man she thought he was.

It's a good idea for a story and one that'll keep you turning the pages as Kate learns to cope with both aspects of her new existence and find strength she never knew she had.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Sep 3, 2010
Words:146
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