The crash is the unravelling of Margaret Holloway. Trapped inside a car about to explode, she is rescued by a scarred stranger who then disappears. Margaret remembers little, but she's spent her life remembering little - her childhood is full of holes and forgotten memories. Now she has a burning desire to discover who she is and why her life has been shrouded in secrets. What really happened to her when she was a child? Could it have anything to do with the mysterious man who saved her life? Flitting effortlessly between past and present, this is a suspenseful, gritty and emotionally charged journey of an estranged father and daughter, exploring the strength of family ties and our huge capacity for forgiveness. 'An emotionally compelling tale of old sins and lingering ghosts' Chris Brookmyrea#39;Can you write?a#39; a#39;I can write my signature: GM.a#39; a#39;But why cana#39;t you read and write? I can read and write.a#39; a#39;I just... was never ... They wanted me to use my right hand and so every time I picked up a pencil with my left, I got it. ... You had to hold your hands like this, one hand under the other, so it was harder for you to pull away.
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2015-01-08|