Jane Davis Smash All the Windows
It has taken conviction to right the wrongs. It will take courage to learn how to live again. A coroner has ruled that the victims of the St Botolph and Old Billingsgate disaster are not to blame for their own deaths. For their families, the undoing of a miscarriage of justice should be a cause for rejoicing. For more than thirteen years, the search for truth has eaten up everything: marriages, families, health, careers and finances. Finally, now that lies have been unravelled and hypocrisies exposed, they can all get back to their lives. Well, if only it were that simple. Davis delivers a highly charged, topical piece of fiction that is a testament to the human condition and the healing power of art "An all-round triumph." John Hudspith Hailed by The Bookseller as 'One to Watch', Jane Davis writes thought-provoking literary page turners with a strong commercial edge. Her first novel "Half-Truths and White Lies", won a national award established with the aim of finding 'the next Joanne Harris'. She lives in Carshalton, Surrey. Bron: Flaptekst, uitgeversinformatie
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