The Bridge Club

Paperback | August 25, 2010

byPatricia Sands

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For more than forty years, the mantra of theeight women in the Bridge Club has been"one for all and all for one." Beginning theirmonthly soiree in the psychedelic Sixties,unpredicted twists of fate weave throughthe good times and strong friendship theyshare as the years pass. The constant fromone decade to the next is loyal and nonjudgmental support, even when agreeingto disagree is the final solution. From theexhilarating cultural changes of their earlytimes together through the "zoomer" years,their connection never falters.

As they celebrate turning sixty (give or takea year) at a group birthday weekend, eachwoman recalls a challenging time in her lifewhen the Bridge Club came to the rescue.After tossing around ideas mixed with agenerous helping of common sense and alarge dose of laughter they decide to referto that time as their "SOS". Eight chaptersdocument each one's story.

Everything is put into perspective and thestrength of their friendship is truly testedwhen one of these women faces a life-alteringdecision. Her choice profoundly affects all members of the group, pushing the limits of their beliefs and values. The uniquealliance they share is confronted with a crisisnone of them might have imagined.

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For more than forty years, the mantra of theeight women in the Bridge Club has been"one for all and all for one." Beginning theirmonthly soiree in the psychedelic Sixties,unpredicted twists of fate weave throughthe good times and strong friendship theyshare as the years pass. The constant fromone decade to the next is loyal and nonjudg...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:396 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.88 inPublished:August 25, 2010Publisher:IuniverseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1450241352

ISBN - 13:9781450241359

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