In the pages of this latest collection of downright delicate, often enchanting and occasionally distressing stories from the pen of award-winning Peter Crowther you will encounter:
You'll laugh, you'll cry and, by golly, you'll want to sleep with the light on. Don't say we didn't warn you.
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" Versatility of theme and palpable mood breathe life in these modern myths of transformation and revelation." - Publishers Weekly
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