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Author(s): Sue Emms

NZ Fiction

Utterly captivating, quirky and peppered with deliciously black humour... a tantalising recipe for the discerning literary palate. Hello, he?d say, and tilt his little head. Hello. Who?s a clever boy? And some unsuspecting fool would forget what a brute he was and hold up a finger to stroke his vivid glowing feathers. One finger was all he needed to get a talon hold. A flurry of feathers, a triumphant squawk and that was it. Clever Pete, clever Pete, he?d cry while tears ran down the unsuspecting fool?s face and their mouth opened in an agonised shout. Paula Mason left home taking nothing but bad memories, her dreams, determination, and Pete. And a promise to her brother, Mark, that she would make it up to him. Love, hate and guilt: the stuff that holds families together, or splits them apart. She enjoys her life, her successful business, her lover, her friends, and, let?s face it, even Pete. Her childhood is far behind ? until ?those Grecian louts? unleash three disasters that spin her around and turn her life upside down. She finds herself going home to face her family, and the love, hate, and guilt that?s been holding them together, and keeping them apart, for so long.


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General Fields

  • : 9781877270277
  • : natnz
  • : natnz
  • : March 2003
  • : 181x111mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Sue Emms
  • : Paperback
  • : 823.3
  • : 175