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Next Of Kin

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Multi-million copy bestselling author Joanna Trollope expertly depicts how grief can tip the family balance head over heels in this beautifully written novel about change and hope through adversity. Perfect for readers of Elizabeth Noble, Erica James and Amanda Prowse. 'Extraordinarily powerful' -- Mail on Sunday 'A devastatingly acute picture of a harsh rural world' -- The Sunday Times 'Certainly one of her best' -- Daily Telegraph 'A richly satisfying novel ... compulsively readable' -- Sunday Express 'Kept me interested - twists and turns - great character development - well written' -- ***** Reader review 'I couldn't put it down and finished the book in just a couple of days' -- ***** Reader review 'Excellent' -- ***** Reader review 'A wonderful book, a wonderful story, wonderful characters - a must have' -- ***** Reader review ************************************************************** A FAMILY IN CRISIS. A CATALYST THAT THREATENS TO CHANGE EVERYTHING... The land running down to the River Dean has been farmed by the Meredith family for generations. Robin Meredith bought the farm from his father, just before he married his wife Caro and now he and his brother Joe work on the land. But now Caro has died, as much as a mystery to the family as she was when she arrived twenty years ago, and the whole family feels her loss acutely, none more so than her adopted daughter Judy. Into this unhappy family comes Zoe, Judy's London friend, an outsider with an independent spirit and a disturbing directness. Everyone underestimates Zoe's power as a catalyst for change as the realities behind the seeming idyll of a rural community become ever clearer...

About This Edition

ISBN: 9780552997003
Publication date: 1st June 1997
Author: Joanna Trollope
Publisher: Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 320 pages
Genres: Family Drama
Narrative theme: Sense of place
Narrative theme: Love and relationships
Narrative theme: Death, grief, loss
Agriculture and farming