A QUIET AFTERNOON IN THE MUSEUM OF TORTURE
This is a trio of short stories about several different kinds of love.
In the title story, A Quiet Afternoon in the Museum of Torture, Ros and Davy, holidaying in Tuscany with their new baby, confront the disturbing emotional realities of parenthood.
In The Butterfly Bowl, Debbie inherits a precious object, falls in love and is faced with an impossible choice.
Breathe is a slightly quirky celebration of an unsung Yorkshire life, and an exploration of the power of memory.
Most readers seem to have a favourite. Which is yours?