The Piano Teacher

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Two beautiful women. One mysterious man. eo Separated by culture, class and war.
In the heat and bustle of 1950s Hong Kong, newlywed Claire Pendleton is changing from an uptight English wallflower to a beautiful, graceful bloom. Then she meets Will, driver to wealthy Chinese couple the Chens, when she takes the job of piano teacher to their daughter. His enigmatic presence enthrals and excites her.
A decade earlier, with war looming, Eurasian beauty Trudy Liang casts her own spell of fascination. A social
butterfly, she is a thing of mystery – and intrigue. She knows everyone worth knowing in Hong Kong – Chinese and foreign, good and bad, rich and poor. Including a newly arrived young Englishman – the magnetic Will Truesdale…
‘Intriguing, sad, rivetingly detailed. An impressive debut’ -ELIZABETH BUCHAN, DAILY MAIL
‘Lovely…effortlessly recreates the atmosphere of post-war Hong Kong’ -THE TIMES
A rare and exquisite story’ -ELIZABETH GILBERT, AUTHOR or EAT PRAY, LOVE:

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Two beautiful women. One mysterious man. eo Separated by culture, class and war.
In the heat and bustle of 1950s Hong Kong, newlywed Claire Pendleton is changing from an uptight English wallflower to a beautiful, graceful bloom. Then she meets Will, driver to wealthy Chinese couple the Chens, when she takes the job of piano teacher to their daughter. His enigmatic presence enthrals and excites her.
A decade earlier, with war looming, Eurasian beauty Trudy Liang casts her own spell of fascination. A social
butterfly, she is a thing of mystery – and intrigue. She knows everyone worth knowing in Hong Kong – Chinese and foreign, good and bad, rich and poor. Including a newly arrived young Englishman – the magnetic Will Truesdale…
‘Intriguing, sad, rivetingly detailed. An impressive debut’ -ELIZABETH BUCHAN, DAILY MAIL
‘Lovely…effortlessly recreates the atmosphere of post-war Hong Kong’ -THE TIMES
A rare and exquisite story’ -ELIZABETH GILBERT, AUTHOR or EAT PRAY, LOVE:

Janic Y.K. Lee

The Piano Teacher

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9780007329441

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