by Jane Mundy
|Page Extent:||234 pages|
|Book Size:||234 x155 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
A rusted wok; a rooster’s feather; a battered cricket bat; World War II medals; a Vietnam Moratorium badge; a ring. Why are these things so precious to Beth? The war in Afghanistan is entering its eighth year. Beth has been living in her father’s house, looking after him, waiting for him to die. And now the wretched old man is finally dead and she must clear out the contents of the house ready for sale...but Beth is a hoarder. Parting with anything at all is agony for her. For Martha, a professional clutter buster and ruthless neat freak, throwing things out is easy - some say, too easy. As the two women begin to trawl through the mountains of ‘stuff’ that have built up over the years, gradually the layers of both their lives are peeled back.