The Yellow Villa.

Hampson, Amanda.

Picture of The Yellow Villa.
Described as β€˜An intoxicating and hugely entertaining domestic drama by the bestselling author of The French Perfumer

’, it tells the story of a thirty-something Australian couple who relocate to an old yellow house in a picturesque French village. Their neighbours are an older British couple, warm and lavishly hospitable. But they have scandalous secrets, and the young Australians are confused and disturbed.


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'People come to France to reinvent themselves...? Mia and Ben, an Australian couple in their early thirties, have relinquished one dream and embraced another, selling their Sydney flat and purchasing an old yellow house in the picturesque village of Cordes-sur-Ciel in South-West France. They soon meet sophisticated neighbours Dominic and Susannah, a British couple in their sixties who welcome them warmly but whose own relationship is in crisis. Mia and Ben are immediately star-struck and impressed by their lavish hospitality. However, things with Dominic and Susannah are not what they first seem. Gradually secrets begin to surface, revealing details of a scandal Dominic and Susannah had hoped to leave behind in London. Reeling from these revelations, Mia and Ben no longer trust their own instincts and the peaceful idyll of their French life begins to unravel. Can Dominic and Susannah escape each other, and can Ben and Mia they find their way back to each other and the dream they shared? An intoxicating and hugely entertaining domestic drama by the bestselling author of The French Perfumer. Praise for Amanda Hampson- 'A delightful, witty gem of a book that will keep you guessing right to the end.? Susan Duncan'A tale with verve, sharp observations and humour.? Sarah Turnbull'Beautifully written ... a cross between literary and popular fiction.? Coast Living

Book Details

Author Hampson, Amanda.
Format PB
Publisher Penguin Books Australia
Imprint Viking Australia
Number of Pages 256
Publish Date 30/04/2018
Catalogue Jan19
Catalogue book number 1031