By Anna McPartlin
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Once, Jane Moore and Alexandra Walsh have been inseparable, sharing secrets and techniques and stolen sweet, plotting their futures jointly. but if Jane turned pregnant at seventeen, they drifted slowly aside. Jane has spent the years on account that elevating her son, now seventeen himself, on her personal, working a gallery, dealing with her sister’s paintings occupation, and looking out after their unstable mother—all the whereas attempting to not resent the restricted offerings existence has given her.
Then a quirk of destiny and a defective elevator deliver Jane into touch with Tom, Alexandra’s husband, who has a few surprising information. Alexandra disappeared from a south Dublin suburb months in the past, and Tom has been looking fruitlessly for her. Jane deals to aid, as do the elevator’s different passengers—Jane’s terrific yet self-absorbed sister, Elle, and Leslie Sheehan, a reclusive net dressmaker who’s able to step again into the area back. And as Jane fast realizes, Tom isn’t the single one amongst them who’s trying to find whatever . . . or touring towards unforeseen revelations approximately love, existence, and what it ability to permit cross, in each experience.
In this insightful and impossible to resist novel, by means of turns profound, poignant, and giggle- out-loud humorous, acclaimed Irish author Anna McPartlin tells a narrative of friendship and love, of the households we're born into and those we create for ourselves, and of the wish and energy that stay once we fi nd the braveness to depart the earlier at the back of ultimately.