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Reading Upside Down

Jo Platt

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‘...perfect setting, perfect dress, perfect flowers, one hundred and eight guests - and one, total and utter, rat.’ Abandoned at the altar, Rosalind Shaw descends into the kind of depression which involves her watching too much daytime TV. After several inebriated months, Ros relocates to St Albans and begins a new life, as part-owner of a bookshop. However, just when Ros begins to feel that life might be improving, her rather hairy neighbour, Daniel, knocks on her door with a bunch of flowers and some rather distressing news...




Penelope Rawlins


9h 4m