Weeping Susannah: Alona Kimhi/A certain Justice: P.D.James/ Entertaining Ambrose: Diedre Purcell (Pre-loved)
Raw, funny and touching, Weeping Susannah is the story of a woman's struggle to learn to exprses herself, to live - perhaps even to love.
Susannah Rabin, obsessive, hypersensitive and 33, lives with her mother in a claustrophobic Tel Aviv apartment - the perfect haven from the torment of human contact. That is, until her mother announces that her cousin Neo, from New York, is coming to stay. But the mysterious, multi-talented Neo's exotic charm proves irresistable - even to Susannah.
Then, just as it seems Susannah might finally escape the prison of her own personality, her mother asks the obvious question: Just what exactly is Neo doing in Israel?
A Certain Justice:When distinguished criminal lawyer Venetia Aldridge defends a young man for the brutal murder of his mother, she views the case as simply another opportunity to demonstrate her brilliance in the courtroom. But within weeks of the trial Aldridge is found dead at her desk, a bloodstained barrister's wig on her head. And as Commander Adam Dalgliesh of Scotland Yard attempts to make sense of events, the murders continue, inexorably spiraling into fresh complexities of horror.
Entertaining Ambrose is the story of the lovable May who bears lifes burdens so lightly, tending always to others needs before her own. And now her husband, Clem, has left her, with no explanation and no forwarding address, only orders not to be contacted. What do you do when your husband mysteriously ups and leaves? Do you sit around, waiting? Or do you fight to get your life back?
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