The Widow's Tale

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Windsor/Paragon, 2010 - Bereavement - 205 pages
A newly-widowed woman has abandoned her London house and driven to the Norfolk coast to escape the ceaseless sympathy and insincere concern. She's not sure, but she thinks she may be having a bit of a breakdown. Or perhaps this sense of dislocation is perfectly normal in the circumstances. All she knows is that she can't sleep and may be drinking a little more than she ought to. As her story unfolds we discover that her marriage was far from perfect - and had one or two significant secrets.

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User Review  - Ma_Washigeri - LibraryThing

Started well and finished well but I got bit impatient in the middle. About three quarters the way through I started to fantasise about a re-write where the protagonist was not identified as man or ... Read full review

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User Review  - obtusata - LibraryThing

I don't quite know the best way to put it, but this novel was very human. It's a woman's tale of the time she spent away from home a few months after her husband died. It's honest, touching, sad, and ... Read full review

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