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The Child's Child (Paperback)
  • The Child's Child (Paperback)

The Child's Child (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 13/02/2014
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When Grace and her brother Andrew inherit their grandmother's house in Hampstead, they decide to move in together. It seems the obvious thing to do: they've always got on well, the house is large enough to split down the middle, and neither of them likes partying or loud music. There's one thing they've forgotten though: what if one of them wants to bring a lover into the house? When Andrew's partner James moves in, it alters the balance - with almost fatal consequences. The Child's Child is an intriguing examination of betrayal in a family, and of those two once-unmentionable subjects, illegitimacy and homosexuality.

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780241963579

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“Thoroughly enjoyable”

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