Published 1 December 2015
Categories: Contemporary fiction
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Harrison Young has been a journalist, a soldier, a banker and a government official. He has done business in twenty countries, advised twelve governments and helped establish banks in Bahrain and Beijing. A dual citizen, he is a director of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and former chairman of NBN Co. READ MORE.
The Big Chill meets Wall Street as the rich and beautiful come out to play, each with something to hide.
Andrew and Cathy are famous for their luxurious Nantucket parties. Billionaires only on the guest list, with their gorgeous, ungovernable wives by their side.
When two mysterious business men – one an American engineer, the other an Indian prince – are invited to the island, a series of intriguing and scandalous events ensue, changing the lives of the guests forever.
It only takes forty-eight hours in Nantucket for everyone to reveal their secrets, succumb to new ideas, propositions and partners.
What happens in Nantucket stays in Nantucket. Or does it?
PRAISE FOR NANTUCKET
'Ideal read for a long plane flight or your own beach holiday' Patrick Durkin, Australian Financial Review
'A clever, sparkling novel.' Sydney Morning Herald
'An elegantly written and titillating tale of the nexus between money, work and sex.' The Australian
'A sophisticated and stylish read...no page of this book is boring' Sam Still Reading
'Nantucket is a clever novel that explores the improvisation everyone does in their daily life.' Write Note Reviews