Love Me Tender - Jane Feaver Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099521288 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jane Feaver / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2010-05-06 by Vintage
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There is more going on in rural Buckleigh than meets the eye. Dis ...
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A woman remembers her dead husband playing Love Me Tender (the song made famous by Elvis Presley) on his tenor horn. She is in a daze, feeling the grief of the bereaved widow she is, the betrayal of the deceived wife, and the guilt of having murdered him. The title story of this collection is all the more moving and startling because of its understated style, and what is not said as well as what is. Two of the most moving stories are about Eustace Webber, a loyal servant to a duke for some years, now retired but feeling the lack of a place he belongs - he has come to Buckleigh allegedly for a holiday, one of several in the same place over the years, but this ... Read the complete review
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