Easy Peasy

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Bloomsbury, 1998 - Fathers and daughters - 245 pages
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Zelda is terrified that her love affair is about to end, and she prays for something - anything - to prevent the inevitable heartbreak. Then she is told that her father has hanged himself. With questions she can no longer ignore, Zelda for the first time begins to search for her father's truth and pieces together clues to his suffering.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

English writer Glaister's specialty has been gripping, spooky little horror shows involving nasty wipe-outs and creepy eccentrics in decaying digs (Limestone and Clay, 1994, etc.). Here, however— in ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Lesley Glaister was born in Wellingborough in 1956. She teaches a Masters Degree in Writing at Sheffield Hallam University, and writes regular book reviews for the Spectator and the Times. She is the author of

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