Noirish tale of a trial by media
An immersive and authentic novel, spiked with noirish intrigue.
FICTION: Little Deaths, By Emma Flint, Macmillan, €17
Question: what makes someone a bad mother? Or an unfit mother? In Emma Flint’s compelling new novel, Ruth Malone is a divorced, part-time cocktail waitress in Queens with many flaws. There’s her enthusiastic drinking and smoking, and the fact she takes a steady stream of lovers. But she adores her two young children, Frankie Jr and Cindy.
One morning, Ruth opens...
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