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Born to Peruvian and Russian parents, Jane Huxley's remarkable life has taken her from her early years in Peru to her marriage to renowned US physician, Ronald Fieve, the man who discovered lithium as a treatment for manic depression.

Jane has the insider track on trendy New York high society - with homes on New York's Park Avenue, (featured in US Homes and Gardens), the Hamptonís, London and the South of France where their yacht, The Lovely Lady is moored. Morganís Castle Jane Huxleyís first book was also published by Delancey Press in association with The Book Guild
"Set against a background of international conflict, this is a clever and ingenious novel about love, loss and stolen identity. Huxley has an admirable grasp of structure and character." Dame Beryl Bainbridge

A tale of love, lust, obsession and betrayal, For the love of Penny Whistler tells the story of three lives brought together on Long Island during the aftermath of a devastating hurricane. Through the eyes of Alex, Penelope and Griffin a series of events unfolds that will change all their lives inexorably.

Alex and his beautiful but shallow girlfriend Aspen await the return of Aspen's half brother Griffin, a troubled young man with a history of bisexual affairs. His sexual obsessions have led him to war-torn Kosovo on a dangerous and futile search. There he meets Penelope, a young English woman traumatised after witnessing the horrors of war. When Griffin returns to Long Island with Penelope, Alex is entranced, but the strength of his love is tested when he finds himself deep inside a web of deceit. Jane Huxley has proven herself once again to be the master of description of the troubled underworld of human desire.

£14.99    ISBN 0 95391 193 4

Soon to be made into a motion picture

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"Glitter and gutter... lovelorn,
war-torn. A compelling read."

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