By Louise Doughty
"There can't be a girl alive who hasn't as soon as realised, in a second of panic, that she's within the incorrect position on the improper time with the inaccurate guy. Louise Doughty, extra sure-footed with each one novel, leads her unnerved reader into darkish territory. A compelling and bravely-written book". (Hilary Mantel). "A wonderful novel. Grown-up, really suspenseful, splendidly well-constructed, clever and provocative. i actually didn't are looking to end it. and that i don't say that very often". (Julie Myerson). "Once you begin you can't cease analyzing. Terrific". (Helen Dunmore). Yvonne Carmichael has labored demanding to accomplish the existence she continually sought after: a high-flying profession in genetics, a stunning domestic, a great dating along with her husband and their grown-up kids. Then sooner or later she meets a stranger on the homes of Parliament and, on impulse, starts a passionate affair with him - a call that might positioned every little thing she values in danger. at the beginning she believes she will be able to hold the connection become independent from the remainder of her existence, yet she can't keep watch over what occurs subsequent. All of her cautious plans spiral into better deceit and, finally, a life-changing act of violence. Apple Tree backyard is a mental mystery approximately one woman's adultery and an insightful exam of the values we are living by way of and the alternatives we make, from an acclaimed author on the top of her powers.
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