A Boy in Summer: Short Stories
Richard Price captures a lost childhood, evoking the passing of the Scottish village, as the train line to Glasgow closes and new housing estates and light industry encroach. As a teenager, nights in high summer are remembered and Price conveys the inevitable move to London for work.
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