Janet Inglis tells the powerful story of a young girl's seduction by her mother's lover.
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'In this arresting first novel Janet Inglis's writing is wonderfully, brutally and perceptively honest.' - Maureen Owen, Daily Mail
'[A] harrowing story ... I believed it was all happening, and very much wished it wasn't.' - Jessica Mann, Sunday Telegraph
'Janet Inglis has deftly walked the line between shame and excitement .. A stirring provocative work that challenges many of our knee-jerk assumptions about abuse, incest and the deterioration of the family.' - Literary ReviewAbout the Author:
Janet Inglis was born in Montreal, Canada, and graduated from the University of Winnipeg. She is now a partner in a London stockbroking firm and is married to a painter, with two sons. She lives in East Sussex. The sequel to Daddy's Girl, Father of Lies, is also published by Corgi, as is her latest novel, The Colour of Sin.
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Book Description Constable, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 94729808