Clare Erskine thought it was a wonderful stroke of luck that her 19yearold daughter, Sarah, was engaged to marry an accountant - an accountant who liked accountancy. Sarah, would live happily everafter and Clare pull ahead in the unspoken race that mothers run.
But beneath the surface of suburban tranquillity, Fremlin again tells a story of chiling suspense. With her customary wit, irony and deadly accuracy, the Edgar-winning author of THE HOURS BEFORE DAWN and THE JEALOUS ONE details the life of a possessive mother and her twisted son, and the horror that can be swept up with the crumbs after tea.
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