Out of My Depth

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Headline Review, 2006 - Class reunions - 310 pages
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The heroine of Emily Barr's new novel is a successful artist, living with her French boyfriend in France. Out of the blue she decides to have a school reunion, and invites all her old best friends to show off her house and her perfect life.  Yet things don't go quite according to plan.  Over the course of the weekend it is revealed that she and her old school friends have a very dark secret, that has haunted each of them ever since.

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Review: Out Of My Depth

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I did like the book, it reads very nicely. However, the ending is a bit abrupt and I wished there would be a bit more there. Overall a nice book. Read full review

Review: Out Of My Depth

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After reading a few of Emily's other books I gave this a try. It began promising but by the end I wasnt impresssed. It could have been a little better, there was I few times in the plot I was slightly ... Read full review


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About the author (2006)

Emily Barr has written columns and travel pieces for the Observer and the Guardian for several years, and her previous novels Backpack, Baggage, Cuban Heels, Atlantic Shift and Plan B were critically acclaimed. She lives in the south of France with her husband and two sons.

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