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Mixed doubles, anyone?
A hilarious, deadly, ''friendly'' tennis tournament weekend, which
is really about anything but tennis!
It was Patrick''s idea that they should have the tennis party
weekend. After all, he had the perfect setting - the White House.
Bought out of his bonuses as an investment salesman, it was
complete with stable, cocktail bar, jacuzzi, shell-shaped bedheads
and, of course, the tennis court (towered over by an authentic
Wimbledon-green umpire''s chair).
He hadn''t actually told Caroline, his brash and beautiful wife,
what the real reason for the party was. And if she suspected that
he had a hidden agenda, she managed to hide it in a cloud of
Pimm''s-induced laughter. She was glad to welcome Stephen and
Annie, their impoverished former neighbours, less glad to see newly
wealthy Charles and his aristocratic wife Cressida, and barely able
to tolerate the deadly competitive Don and Valerie.
As the four couples gathered on the sunny terrace, it seemed
obvious who was winning in life and who was losing. But by the end
of the party, nothing would be certain.