Pete's swearing is getting worse. What with the divorce, the debt, and the dying travel business, no one seems to need him anymore. A feel-good novel about what happens when you let go of the past and make room for the unexpected later in life.
Joe Portman is the pen name for literary fiction writer Tom Connolly, who has been longlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize, shortlisted for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award and celebrated in publications such as theFinancial Times, theGuardian and theDaily Mail. This is the first in a series of up-lit commercial novels. Before becoming a writer he made award-winning short films and spent 20 years directing commercials and music videos all over the world. He lives in Brighton with his partner and kids.
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