Mother's Ruin - Kitty Neale Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847562302 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kitty Neale / Paperback / 384 Pages / Book is published 2010-12-09 by Avon
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by - written on 27/06/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
First of all this book should not be confused with Mother's Ruin: The Extraordinary True Story of How Alcohol Destroys a Family by Nicola Barry! This novel, by Kitty Neale, is set in Battersea, London between 1966 and 1967 although there is a brief prologue set in 1961. The author grew up in Battersea so her first-hand knowledge of the area brings with it a sense of realism. Indeed she states that in fact many of the place and street names mentioned in the book are real but others, along with the characters, are fictitious. At 376 pages the book provides a substantial read but with 50 chapters, none of which are very long, it is easy to ... Read the complete review
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