The light of day / Graham Swift.
Publication year: 2004
Publisher: London : Penguin,
ISBN: 9780141012018 (pbk.) :
Originally published: London: Hamish Hamilton, 2003.
Sarah is in prison. Every fortnight she is visited by George, the private eye she employed to observe the final stage of her husband's affair. The visits - and the days between - lead George back into Sarah's past and into events he can picture only too well.
322 p. ; 20 cm.
This started off well with the story gradually allowing more of the past to be revealed but it went on with this too long and in the end it became tedious. Our group thought that perhaps there would be a twist in the tale at the end but unfortunately not. Good use of language and easy to read but not a satisfactory read in the end. Reading group name: Bookworms, Caterham
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