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by Connie MONK

Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Connie MONK
ISBN: 0749904267
ISBN13: 978-0749904265
Language: English
Publisher: Piatkus (1998)
Pages: 352
Fb2 eBook: 1695 kb
ePub eBook: 1131 kb
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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Polly Seagrove lives the comfortable life of many young girls in Victorian England.

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THE FLEETING YEARS is the story of Peter and Zina Marchand, joining them when they have been married some ten years and he is at the height of his career, a film star who is a household name both sides of the Atlantic.

Used availability for Connie Monk's Water's Edge. March 2003 : USA Hardback.

Connie Monk is the author of numerous novels published over a period of some twenty-five years

Connie Monk is the author of numerous novels published over a period of some twenty-five years. She hails from Berkshire and lived in Bournemouth until her husband’s retirement. They now spend their time on the Costa Blanca.

Books by Connie Monk: The Healing Stream.

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L'Amour en fuite Judith McNaught. 32. Water's Edge Connie Monk, Judith McNaught. 33. A Gift of Love Jude Deveraux, Judith McNaught.

Any type of book or journal citing Judith McNaught as a writer. L'Amour en fuite Judith McNaught.

Comments to eBook Water's Edge
Daigami
Right title-wrong author!!!
shustrik
I was looking for the book by this title by Judith McNaught. And accidentally bought this book. It was a good story and I wouldn't mind reading more by this author if you can find her books.
Hasirri
Here's a quote I found someplace on the internet:

"Despite various flagrantly incorrect assertions circulating all over the internet, Water's Edge was never published. Judith was halfway through writing it when, according to her, she realized she had two very good books going. So what is an author as smart as JM to do? Why split them up, of course!

The book that emerged from the split was Someone To Watch Over Me, which is in stores now. [This article was written some time ago, so Someone to Watch Over Me has been out in hardback and paperback now.]

Below is what Judith had to say about the change on SimonSays.com:

'The time travel was originally called WATER'S EDGE and had a great red cover. When I stopped working on the time travel, I decided to keep and use the title WATER'S EDGE--and the cover--for the contemporary mystery.

Then, about 4 months ago, when the contemporary mystery finally lit up for me and I could see and access it's potential, I decided I was tired of the title WATER'S EDGE. I thought it deserved a better title and more intriqing cover. Something new and fresh and uniquely its own.

Pocket agreed. My editor agreed, and we started playing with titles on the phone. Within an hour we had STWOM, and I loved it. Pocket sent me two ideas for new covers, and I was crazy about the second one, which is the cover that you're seeing now for STWOM.

I have no idea if I'll ever use the title WATER'S EDGE for anything in the future. I kind of doubt it. We've all talked about it so long, I'm tired of it.'"

So, folks, as much as we enjoyed the tease published at the end of one of her books, I don't think we'll ever see it published, not to mention written! I gave it five stars anyway; I was looking forward to it that much!
inetserfer
Judith McNaught never wrote this book. It's a shame that almost 2 years after this was announced by her publisher, amazon.com continues to add to the reader's confusion by listing this as an available book.

Ms. McNaught took the initial plot device of a car accident and used it as the beginning of her latest book - Someone to Watch Over Me. She has no immediate plans for a time travel novel.
Whitebeard
I'm so confused. Is this or is this not a Judith McNaught novel? One person says it is, another says it isn't. I read the initial except in the back of "Something Wonderful." It was about a woman named Kendall waking up sometime in the past - after getting run off the road somewhere in the mountains.

But now it's NOT Judith McNaught, and she STOLE the car accident and the name to use in a book of her own, called Someone to Watch Over Me?

Does that make sense to anyone?
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