A debut novel about love, grief, friendship, and how well we really know the people closest to us.
Kate McNaughton was born and raised in Paris. She read English at Cambridge and filmmaking at the European Film College in Denmark. She works as a documentary filmmaker and translator, speaks four languages and lives in Berlin. This is her first novel.
"Intriguing, poignant and totally absorbing. I had no idea where it was going, but found it thoroughly addictive. A masterful exploration of grief, relationships and the secrets that we keep from those closest to us. I loved it." -- Ruth Hogan, author of THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS "McNaughton is a profoundly tender storyteller. A truly moving book about love, humanity and sadness, laced with wit - compelling reading for anyone who needs to find a light in the dark" -- Daisy Buchanan "Pulls you into its thrall from the very first pages. A book I'll press into the hands of my friends, urging them to read it" -- Kerry Hudson "Intensely moving" -- Katie Khan "Superb - so confident and deft and skilfully written" -- Louise O'Neill