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ISBN:0552996947
Author: Kate Hatfield
ISBN13: 978-0552996945
Title: Drowning in Honey
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Corgi (April 4, 1996)
Pages: 336

Drowning in Honey by Kate Hatfield



Drowning in Honey book. Kate Hatfield, who also writes crime novels as Natasha Cooper, is fascinated by relationships: how they work; why they go wrong; how they change people's lives. Born in London, she worked in publishing for ten years before becoming a writer. She now divides her time between the city and the Somerset Levels. Books by Kate Hatfield. Mor. rivia About Drowning in Honey.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. This is not about courtroom drama - it is a novel on life and its complexities - not John Grisham-style cops and robbers chasing across exotic locations with the Mob thrown in for good measure. An enjoyable read allowing good insight into life in Bath, England. The descriptions of the locations are especially lovely. Chic chick lit for slightly older chicks!

Published: Dec-1996 (Hardcover).

Kate Hatfield, who also writes crime novels as Natasha Cooper, is fascinated by relationships: how they work;why they go wrong; how they change people's lives.

Kate Hatfield Booklist Kate Hatfield Message Board. Two characters meet while serving jury duty in a case regarding the death of a woman, possibly at the hands of her husband. The lead female character is unhappily married; the lead male single. Chapter Analysis of Drowing In Honey.

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by Kate Llewellyn From book: Honey. Imagine honey as wet radar each bee longing to drown in its message. all that work here is the jar this amber lozenge transmuted from beacons lust work this jar of love louder than any shout like a look between lovers drowning in lust their passion their honey. Your selection contains: 0 poems.

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Reviews: 2
AGAD
For those interested in checking out what jury duty may be like in the UK as well as the trial process, this is just an o.k. book. The main character "Lissa", finds herself falling in love with a man she meets while serving on jury duty. It's a bit of a problem for her as she is married although going through serious marital problems. The source of these problems are all due to her boorish husband of 10 years who is resentful of her success and freedom in starting and running her own business. He wants her to have children and hates her mother and the very close relationship between mother and daughter. The trial Lissa sits on is not real interesting although it could have been developed into something much better, maybe some kind of take-off of the "OJ Simpson Trial". The defendant, a down and out actor in England, kills his wife in a fit of rage (ala temporary insanity) The wife clearly deserved some sort of punishment for her beating on her husband, both physical and mental. Lissa's mother is a beekeeper and the reader gets some interesting information about bees and honey but the stories never really come together. Lissa's love object/boy friend describes their first kiss as if he were "drowning in honey" thus the title. It is one of the better lines in the book.
Unless you are interested in the civil justice system in the UK, stick with Grisham for legal suspense.
Worla
This is not about courtroom drama - it is a novel on life and its complexities - not John Grisham-style cops and robbers chasing across exotic locations with the Mob thrown in for good measure.
An enjoyable read allowing good insight into life in Bath, England. The descriptions of the locations are especially lovely.
Chic chick lit for slightly older chicks!