Good Grief

Paperback edition released 27/03/2014

by Keith Waterhouse

Good Grief Synopsis

Returning from the memorial service for her husband, a tough tabloid editor cut down in his prime, June Pepper sets about following his instructions to keep a journal as therapy. But both grief and the journal prove elusive. Distracted by a problem stepdaughter and by a liaison with a man she discovers wearing one of her husband's old suits, June finds bereavement far from straightforward. And as she empties skeletons from closets, she learns there is far more to life than death.

About This Edition

ISBN: 9781444753974
Publication date: 27th March 2014
Author: Keith Waterhouse
Publisher: Sceptre an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 272 pages
Primary Genre Modern and Contemporary Fiction

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About Keith Waterhouse

In a long and highly successful career, Keith Waterhouse published fifteen novels, including Billy Liar (which has been filmed and staged) and Our Song (also staged), seven non-fiction books and seven collections of journalism. He wrote widely for television, cinema and the theatre, including the highly successful play Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell. He also published two acclaimed memoirs, City Lights and Streets Ahead. He died on 4th September 2009.

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