A heart-catching, riveting and extremely engaging family drama for readers who love Joanna Trollope and Jodi Picoult.
For three years Joseph Scott has been haunted by one moment - the moment that changed his life forever. Now he is starting over, and he wants his family back more than anything.
This is the story of Joseph and his wife, Zoe; of their children, Scarlet, Theo and Ben, for whom nothing will be the same; and of Zoe's parents, who can't forgive or understand.
A compelling, moving and ultimately optimistic story of one man who will do almost anything to be reunited with his children. And of the grandparents who are determined to stop him.
Praise for Freeing Grace: 'An absorbing examination of fraught family dynamics and complex social issues . . . will appeal to devotees of Joanna Trollope and Jodi Picoult . . . Charity Norman has put down the clearest of markers that she is hot on their heels.' Daily Mail
Praise for Second Chances: ' . . . emotionally astute, Norman writes with razor sharp perception and deep compassion.' Meredith Jaffe, the hoopla
Charity Norman was born in Uganda and brought up in successive draughty vicarages in Yorkshire and Birmingham. After several years' travel she became a barrister, specialising in crime and family law in the northeast of England. Also a mediator, she is passionate about the power of communication to slice through the knots. In 2002, realising that her three children had barely met her, she took a break from the law and moved with her family to New Zealand. Her first novel, Freeing Grace, was published in 2010 and her second, Second Chances, in 2012 (published in the UK as After the Fall). The Son-in-Law, her third novel, was published in 2013.
Allen & Unwin
Allen & Unwin
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