Scarlet lives in North London in a working-class neighborhood
slowly becoming gentrified. Divorced, but now married to upwardly
mobile advertising executive Brian, she spends her time obsessing
over the welfare of her daughter Camille and such issues as food
irradiation and pollution.
Deeply unhappy with her family, her life, and her world, Scarlet
confides in Constance, her friend and neighbor who runs in dubious
circles of borderline criminals. Constance's life is complicated by
an on-again, off-again liaison with a Turk named Mehmet. When their
neighbor Barbs disappears, both women are forced to reassess their
convictions -- and their lives.
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Alice Thomas Ellis
||223 x 147 x 22mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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