Apartment 3B: A Novel by Patricia Scanlan

By Patricia Scanlan

Within the culture of Maeve Binchy, across the world bestselling writer Patricia Scanlan takes readers on a stunning journey the place Dublin’s elite will cease at not anything to be the only proprietor of the city’s most opulent apartment.

The most sensible tackle in Dublin is for sale!

Its proprietor, profitable artist Liz Lacey, is determined to make immense alterations in her existence. She is promoting the luxury condo that not sounds like home.

In nice pleasure, Dublin’s elite flock to view her condo: refined Lainey Conroy; plucky Claire Moran, who has triumphed over adversity; bold yet tender-hearted Dominic Kent. And Cecily, sister-in-law to Lainey, who will cease at not anything in her plan for revenge.

Who will emerge positive? something is definite; there'll be many upsets alongside the way…

Full of heat and wit, Apartment 3B is an engrossing family members drama from the bestselling writer of With All My Love and A Time for Friends.

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We in the library pride ourselves on service to the public, whether it be a homeless derelict or a city official. ” “Uh-oh,” George whispered. ” A tremor passed through Ms. Moon’s hand as she pointed to the disturbed upper shelf, the kick stool nearby, the environmental documents still on the floor. Surely they hadn’t been so disorderly the day before, Helma thought. “When we’re forced to work in such overcrowded conditions, accidents are bound to happen,” Ms. Moon said. “I certainly don’t blame the mayor.

She asked. ” Helma asked, still trying to picture Ms. Moon standing on a kick stool. “Don’t know. She was talking to him on the headset when she fell. ” “She was in shock,” Harley said. “It’s dangerous to move somebody in shock. ” The headsets had been Ms. Moon’s latest idea. “Picture it,” she’d rhapsodized. “All librarians can walk with their telephone patrons to the shelf. ’” Until that moment, Helma hadn’t known Ms. Moon possessed her own headset. ” she asked. ” A tall tier of shelves overpacked with folders, notebooks, and pamphlets that listed and shifted precariously every time it was touched.

Environmental issues,” Ms. Moon said vaguely. She raised her hand wearily from the armrest of her wheelchair and waved it toward the Local Government shelves. “I can finish finding the information for him,” Helma suggested. ” The expression on Ms. Moon’s face changed from vague to confused to, yes, panicked. “No need,” she said hastily. ” Helma asked. Ms. Moon bit her lip, then nodded to herself. “Trees. ” “Growth issues? Pollution effects? ” 56 JO DERESKE “Just . . trees. ” She closed her eyes for a long moment.

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