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    £8.99

    Alone and adrift in London, Peach is heading into her mid-40s with nothing to show for her youthful promise but a stalled art career and a stopgap job in a Mayfair gallery she’s been doing for a decade. She is too smart and independent to believe her unhappiness will be cured by a relationship and a baby, too sad and lonely to break her cycle of drunken hook ups and nervous breakdowns. She is too young to feel this tired, and far too old to feel this lost. When Peach is woken one night with news that her father, who has Alzheimer’s disease, is in intensive care, she can no longer outrun the summer of secrets and sexual awakenings that augured twenty-five years of estrangement from her family. Now, as they all gather in the hospital, past and present collide, forcing Peach to confront the consequences of her actions and inactions throughout the years.

  • By Kristen Arnett
    £8.99

    Shocked and grieving after the suicide of her father, Jessa steps up to manage the failing family business, while the rest of the Morton family falls apart. Her mother decides to process her feelings by making aggressively lewd and increasingly disturbing art pieces with her dead husband’s taxidermied animals. Her brother withdraws and struggles to cope. His wife – who is also the only person Jessa has ever been in love with – walks out without a word. Meanwhile, numb with lack of sleep and too much alcohol, Jessa starts to seek less-than-legal ways of generating income to keep the shop afloat. The Mortons have reached tipping point. But for the first time, Jessa has no choice but to learn who these people she calls family truly are and, ultimately, how she fits alongside them.

  • By Rose Ruane
    £14.99

    Alone and adrift in London, Peach is heading into her mid-40s with nothing to show for her youthful promise but a stalled art career and a stopgap job in a Mayfair gallery she’s been doing for a decade. She is too smart and independent to believe her unhappiness will be cured by a relationship and a baby, too sad and lonely to break her cycle of drunken hook ups and nervous breakdowns. She is too young to feel this tired, and far too old to feel this lost. When Peach is woken one night with news that her father, who has Alzheimer’s disease, is in intensive care, she can no longer outrun the summer of secrets and sexual awakenings that augured twenty-five years of estrangement from her family. Now, as they all gather in the hospital, past and present collide, forcing Peach to confront the consequences of her actions and inactions throughout the years.