The last taboo: A love story

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  • Published 20161101
  • ISBN: 9781925355543
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

HE INSISTS ON a hotel room. You want him to stay with your family – you, Graeme and daughters, Sal and Janie. I want you to stay with your sisters. You almost say this on the phone but change it to half-sisters in your head and that doesn’t sound right either so you banish it to the place in your brain that overflows with unspoken things. 

‘They’re really looking forward to meeting you.’ 

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Suzanne McCourt

Suzanne McCourt’s debut novel, The Lost Child (Text, 2014), was longlisted for the 2015 Miles Franklin Award. Her short fiction has appeared in Wet...

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