Synopses & Reviews
Fifty-two-year-old Hannie Bennet finds Irish village life constricting when she enters into a marriage of convenience with writer Ned Renvyle. "Hardie . . . explores questions of aging and mortality, idealism and cynicism . . . and the responsibility that comes with marriage as she takes Hannie's story to its dark but hopeful climax."--"Publishers Weekly."
Irish poet Kerry Hardie's first novel of a marriage of convenience haunted by the ghosts of the past makes its paperback debut.