Written by Winifred Moranville
Moranville’s prose is subtle and precise, quietly working its way into the reader’s subconscious until we cannot help but love her characters, in spite of (and also because of) all their faults, as we would members of our own families. We find them at family funerals, in Paris chaperoning students, in a hotel bar at the beginning of an illicit tryst, and their stories move to simple yet powerful moments of insight. Moranville’s special ability is to evoke the past, creating shared memories of the preceding seventy years that will resonate with many readers.
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