Sheila O’Flanagan's summer read with genuine heft
The Missing Wife; By Sheila O’Flanagan
Fiction; The Missing Wife; By Sheila O’Flanagan; Headline Review, €20
There are aspects of this latest novel from Sheila O’Flanagan that are familiar territory for popular summer fiction. A plucky and sympathetic heroine. A gorgeous South of France location.
And then there are the less predictable aspects, such as a very subtly and deftly drawn picture of the kind of insidious and non-violent domestic abuse that rarely gets much...
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