Ellie Campbell

When Good Friends Go Bad- Sample - 1st three chapters

When Good Friends Go Bad- Sample - 1st three chapters by Ellie Campbell
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fiction Humor, Romance
For readers of:chick lit, cosy crime, mystery, romance, Jane Green
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ISBN978-1482731538
PublisherAcross the Pond Press
Publication Date15th March 2013
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

All through school, tomboy Jen, snobby Georgina, hippy Meg and gentle Rowan were inseparable. But when a childish prank turned bad their friendship was tornapart.Twelve years later Rowan organised a reunion dinner and all did not go well. Rowan never appeared; Georgina's shocking secret was revealed; Meg behaved outrageously; and Jen finally decided it was time to move on. And that's just what she did for the following ten years ...Until now, when in the midst of her divorce Jen receives a desperate call from Meg. On a personal mission to track down Rowan, Meg manages to convince Georgina and Jen to put aside their differences and help her. But none of them even begin to imagine the extent to which their loyalties will be tested astheir past finally catches up with them.

About the Author

Ellie Campbell is a pseudonym for sisters, Pam Burks and Lorraine Campbell who collaborate across the mighty Atlantic from their respective homes in Surrey, England and Colorado, USA, finding writing together a great excuse for endless phone conversations. Together they have written four novels How To Survive Your Sisters, When Good Friends Go Bad, Looking For La La and To Catch a Creeper (publishing 24th March 2014). They love any chance to connect with their readers on facebook or twitter.

Ellie Campbell is represented by the Hardman & Swainson Literary Agency (www.hardmanswainson.com).

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