Synopses & Reviews
Paperback edition of this bestselling Margaret Drabble title, her first since 1991. In "The Witch of Exmoor" Drabble mixes high comedy and personal tragedy with questions about social justice and progress, as she tells the story of a family whose comfortable lives are turned upsidedown after a series of sinister events. It will receive wide-spread review coverage and publicity in the national press and women's magazines.
Freda Haxby is as famous for her writing as she is for her eccentricities. But for Daniel Palmer, Rosemary, Grace and their families, she is a monster mother. This is the story of an end-of-the-century family whose comfortable lives are disrupted by a succession of sinister events.