Book Green Grass

Laura Sale is tired of her life. Her daily routine has taken its toll, divided between pandering to the demands of her conceptual artist husband, Inigo, and those of their thirteen-year-old twins Dolly and Fred. She’s forgotten what makes her happy. A chance encounter with her first love, Guy, is the catalyst she needs, and she swaps North London for the rural idyll she grew up in. Back in Norfolk, Laura finds herself confronting old ghosts, ferrets, an ungracious goat and a collapsing relationship. As she starts to savour the space she has craved, and takes control of her destiny, Laura finds it lit with possibility.

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