A Sandwich Short of A Picnic

Author(s): Felicity Price

NZ Fiction

A warmly humorous novel about an engagingly vulnerable woman who belongs to the Sandwich Generation - sandwiched between the demands of a career, elderly parents, teenagers and a marriage that is on the skids. Running from one crisis to another, Penny Rushmore misses the signs that her husband is about to leave her for a sexy, younger woman and is left bouncing between shoe shops and dreams of revenge. But how far should she go? And how will she find the time? She has no time for work-life balance, no time to read the manuals on coping with difficult teenagers and an increasingly dotty mother, and she especially has no time for breast cancer.


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Felicity Price the author of four novels Dancing in the Wilderness (2001), No Angel (2002), Call of the Falcon (2004) Split Time (2005) and the best-selling biography Dare to Dream: the John Britten Story (2003). Felicity began her writing career at The Press in the 1970s before moving on to journalism at TVNZ and Radio New Zealand. She has also written for North and South and was a panellist on TVNZs Beauty and the Beast. Since 1987, Felicity has been running her award-winning public relations company, in partnership with her husband Chris Rennie. Felicity and Chris have two children. www.felicityprice.com

General Fields

  • : 9781869419493
  • : Random House New Zealand Ltd
  • : Black Swan Nz
  • : January 2019
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Felicity Price
  • : Paperback
  • : 823.3
  • : 428
  • : Modern fiction