Kate Hannigan / The Long Corridor

Kate Hannigan / The Long Corridor

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KATE HANNIGAN
Dr Rodney Prince had never seen a girl who looked more out o place in the grime and squalor of the Fifteen Streets than did Kate Hannigan. He knew she had suffered at the hands of men: Tim Hannigan, her 'father' was a vicious bully; John Herrington, a smooth-talking seducer, had left her with his child.

But Rodney Prince's desire for a family had been frozen out by a wife who'd wanted Harley Street, not a Tyneside slum. By contrast, Kate glowed with a warmth that far outshone the hard, brittle beauty of Stella, and exposed the emptiness in his heart.

And so, between Rodney Prince, a wealthy man locked in an unhappy marriage, and Kate Hannigan, a bastard child of the slums, grew a love that opposed all the concepts of an Edwardian society...

THE LONG CORRIDOR
To outsiders, Dr Paul Higgin's life appeared to be happy and contented. Everyone had a good word for him, and his home life appeared to be ideal. At thirty-six, Bett Higgins could still pass for a much younger woman, not just in looks but in the way she loved the company of people half her age. A grand couple, some might say...

But once the surgery was closed and the curtains drawn, the facade that Paul and Bett Higgins presented to the world concealed a welter of hate that had grown worse with the passing years. Between them stood the barrier of the past - of secrets that, were they known, could affect everyone around them. Unable to forgive each other, they led their separate lives - until Bett decided to allow her spite and resentment to culminate in revenge on the husband she did not love...


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Details

Author(s)
Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust, Catherine Cookson
Format
Paperback | 608 pages
Dimensions
106 x 178 x 36mm | 300g
Publication date
07 Mar 2006
Publisher
Transworld Publishers Ltd
Imprint
Corgi Books
Publication City/Country
London, United Kingdom
Language
English
Illustrations note
0
ISBN10
0552147028
ISBN13
9780552147026
Bestsellers rank
597,454