The party crasher / Sophie Kinsella.
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- ISBN: 9780593553527
- ISBN: 0593553527
- Physical Description: 8 audio discs (9 hr., 30 min.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [New York] : Random House Audio, 
Text version copyright 2021.
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Read by Fiona Hardingham.
It's been over two years since Effie's beloved parents got divorced, destroying the image of the happy, loving childhood she thought she had. Since then, she's become estranged from her father and embarked on a feud with his hot (and much younger) girlfriend, Krista. And now, more earth-shattering news: Greenoaks, the rambling Victorian country house Effie called home her whole life, has been sold. When Krista decides to throw a grand "house cooling" party, Effie is originally left off the guest list--and then receives a last-minute "anti-invitation." Effie declines, but then remembers a beloved childhood treasure is still hidden in the house. Her only chance to retrieve it is to break into Greenoaks while everyone is busy celebrating. As Effie sneaks around the house, hiding under tables and peeping through trapdoors, she realizes the secrets Greenoaks holds aren't just in the dusty passageways and hidden attics she grew up exploring.
<b>Sophie Kinsella </b>is the author of the bestselling Shopaholic series as well as the novels <i>Can You Keep a Secret?</i>, <i>The Undomestic Goddess</i>, <i>Remember Me?</i>, <i>Twenties Girl</i>, <i>I’ve Got Your Number</i>, <i>Wedding Night</i>, <i>My Not So Perfect Life</i>, <i>Surprise Me</i>, <i>I Owe You One</i>, and, most recently, <i>Love Your Life</i>. She lives in the UK with her family.
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