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The Deadly Space Between

£2.49

Product description

A brilliant novel narrated by an intelligent and humorous teenager who has just turned 18. His mother, an artist, described as having a "masculine style" taught part time in the local art college, and showers affection on him although never tells him anything about his mysterious father, whom he has never met. He finds out from his Aunt Luce that he was rich and married. He sees his mother have two affairs and now suspects she is in a new relationship. She is with a middle aged exotic looking man called Roehm. Mother and son look alike and are often mistaken for brother and sister. He is jealous and determined to find out about this new love. His discoveries turn his world upside down - as well as his mother's. For is Roehm really a "monster" as Aunt Luce describes or actually a magnificent patron? Playful, intelligent and humorous, this is Duncker's most accessible and commercial novel to date.

Item details

Author(s):
Patricia Duncker
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0330490095
ISBN-13:
9780330490092
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Picador

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A brilliant novel narrated by an intelligent and humorous teenager who has just turned 18. His mother, an artist, described as having a "masculine style" taught part time in the local art college, and showers affection on him although never tells him anything about his mysterious father, whom he has never met. He finds out from his Aunt Luce that he was rich and married. He sees his mother have two affairs and now suspects she is in a new relationship. She is with a middle aged exotic looking man called Roehm. Mother and son look alike and are often mistaken for brother and sister. He is jealous and determined to find out about this new love. His discoveries turn his world upside down - as well as his mother's. For is Roehm really a "monster" as Aunt Luce describes or actually a magnificent patron? Playful, intelligent and humorous, this is Duncker's most accessible and commercial novel to date.

Author(s):
Patricia Duncker
Condition:
As new
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0330490095
ISBN-13:
9780330490092
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Picador

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