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Glass Houses and other stories

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A crash site memorial for a daughter is disturbed by road workers, a son goes missing after an earthquake, a husband struggles with his wife going into dementia care, grandparents meet-up with a grandchild they lost contact with when his parents divorced, a late-in-life relationship is broken apart when his health declines, a couple who lease out their basement flat discov ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published September 7th 2020 by The Cuba Press
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Norma Nehren
Dec 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
With skillful fascinating characterizations, each story ends with me wishing for another chapter or a whole book built on these well laid foundations. Beautiful!
Lesley Marshall
Sep 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Like the polished glass on the beautiful cover, the stories in this collection have been buffed and crafted until they gleam like jewels. Multi-faceted, they each show a tiny image of a world and people we recognise and can empathise with. I savoured all the stories, and although I particularly love the way so many of them showcase my home in New Zealand, I know their truths and power will resonate with readers anywhere. Highly recommended.
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