YPD Books

Authors

Publishers

Newsletter

Online slots for real money slotsdad.com. Live dealer casinos https://livedealercasino.online/.

Into the Night with a Stranger

By Joan Khurody


A novel based in the 1960's and 1970's. Ann meets and marries an Indian and goes to live in India but this marriage follows a darker path than expected. There is a wide cast of characters and the book tells a story of friendship, loss and the rebuilding of life after loss.

More details

£8.99

978-0-993255830

Loyalty program By buying this product you can collect up to 9 reward points as a voucher of £0.18. Your reward points.



 Ann Mehta and Jessica Clark are meeting at Ann’s Norfolk home after a ten year estrangement. They had first met in Bombay in the 1960s when both were in their early twenties, both newly married and both living abroad for the first time.

Their instant and intense friendship had ended badly.

Their confrontation opens a door into the past that Ann has been struggling to keep closed, and forces her to revisit her life in India, to reassess her present life and rethink her plans for the future.

Readers of the author’s memoir “No-one Mentioned Bandits” will find autobiographical echoes here. Like the writer, Ann meets and marries an Indian and goes to live in India but this fictional marriage follows a different, darker path. There is also a wide cast of characters who are affected by this and the book tells a story of friendship, loss and the rebuilding of life after loss.

 

No customer comments for the moment.

Only registered user can post a new comment.

In the same category

Cart  

(empty)
Follow YPD books on twitter