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In a small English town, everyone is silently struggling to be the person they think they should be. Tacita is pretending to ignore her husband's affair; Theresa is determined to stay so busy she won’t have time to feel guilty; and Stella just wants everything to stay the same. But when Sheila, a widow, mother and grandmother, disappears from the town, their private lives start to collide and change ...
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About the Author
Rachel Heath was born in Bristol in 1968. She worked as an editor in publishing, and then as a literary consultant for television and as a reader before writing her first book. Her first novel,The Finest Type of English Womanhood, was shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award 2009 and for the Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award 2010. She is also a contributor to the short story anthology, The Best Little Book Club in Town. She has three children, and lives in Bath.