|Emne||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)|
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Om Tangled Lives
Lizzie Delancey is happily married, in her early 50s, with three grown children. But Lizzie guards a dark secret. At age 18 she had a baby boy, and gave him up for adoption. She still thinks of him every day. Then, out of the blue, she receives an official- looking letter from Kent Social Services. Her son, Daniel, wants to make contact. On one hand she is overjoyed - she longs to meet him. On the other, she has never told her children that they have another sibling. Tangled Lives follows the effect this revelation has on her family, as, with Daniel as the catalyst, a few small tears in the family fabric suddenly gape wide.'a serious and mature read that puts the spotlight on the issues of family acceptance and loyalty ... engaging and interesting' Chicklitclub. 'Poignant, well observed and wonderfully written, this is a bit of a heart string-puller' Closer. 'I was ripping through this book ... addictive' Evening Standard. 'This is a book which gets to the heart of what it means to be a mother as Annie tries to balance everyone's expectations' WI magazine. 'This well-observed tale of family life is told with warmth and sprinkled with a dash of humour' Candis. 'a speedy, engrossing read' Take A Break. 'At times, this is heartbreaking, yet is at heart a very human story about the complications arising from keeping secrets in family life' Image magazine.