my son, my son: how one generation hurts the next

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Random House, Mar 29, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages

What do you do when your wife abducts your children?

This was the question facing Douglas Galbraith when, in 2003, he returned home to Scotland from a few days' work in London.

The house was silent, empty and locked; his four and six-year-old sons' pyjamas lay on the bedroom floor. And on the doormat, confirmation from the Post Office of a forwarding address - in Japan. He has not seen them since.

This book goes to the very heart of relations between parents and children, men and women, and between races and nations - to the heart of what it is to be alive.

 

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Contents

Abraham and Isaac
21
it reallyv start?
91
Men and women
117
In thc grownup world
189
El ii
211
Flood
257
Postscript
278
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About the author (2012)

Douglas Galbraith was born in Glasgow in 1965 and is the author of three novels, The Rising Sun, A Winter in China, and King Henry. He lives in Scotland.

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