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Yours, Faithfully Paperback – 19 Apr 2007
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'Bound to delight fans and guaranteed to put O'Flanagan on the bestsellers list - yet again' (Irish Independent Review)
'An absorbing and upredictable drama' (Australian Women's Weekly)
Iona and Sally don't know each other. But they're about to find out that their lives are linked in the most shocking of ways. A gripping novel that will make readers wonder, as so often in Sheila O'Flanagan's bestselling books: what would I do? From the author of MY MOTHER'S SECRET and SUDDENLY SINGLE.See all Product description
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Frank who is on the road a lot has a serious accident and ends up in a coma and the police notify each of his two wives from the documents, phones and car registration plate. If the second wife, Iona, had been a mistress she would not have been notified and would perhaps have been aware that Frank had a first wife, Sally. Sally has a teenaged daughter and is pregnant again.
The rest of the book deals with the two women coming to terms with the situation, sharing bedside duties and grudgingly getting to like each other. I doubt that this would really happen, although it has to be recognised that they are both victims and that Iona was unaware that Frank was attached.
There is a sub plot involving the police detective who investigates the case of bigamy - still a crime, though against the state rather than one of deception of a person - and her own unprogressive love life.
The story could have been shortened to make it more snappy as it does flatten and there are too many of Frank's semicomatose meanderings which just pad it out. Many women in Sally's place would have been filing for divorce against the comatose Frank, and I have to believe that most women in Iona's place would have more self-respect than to trot in meekly to sit at his bedside for months instead of getting on with their lives and forgetting this loser.
Not a very satisfying read. I'm pleased I didn't save it for a holiday or long journey, I'd have been dreadfully disappointed!
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