Jeannie van Rompaey MA in Modern Literature, the University of Leicester, writes short stories, novels, plays and poems. Many of her short stories and poems have won competitions and her plays have been presented on the London fringe and in drama festivals. Originally from England, she now lives in Gran Canaria with historian husband, Tony, and they are both artists. Her daughter, Anieka Russell, is a hair and makeup artist for film and theatre based in London.
At the funeral of her possessive mother, Anne feels free at last, but events take a strange turn. At once amusing and chilling the story explores the relationship between a daughter and her mother.
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Started out ok, didnt really like it
Good short stry with an exclent ending.
This story was well written. The story draws the reader in from the beginning and it gives the reader an unexpected ending. I look forward to reading more stories from the author Jeannie Van Rompaey.