The Vinegar Treeby Maureen Peters
Deric Longden's mother had a dotty way with words and a private brand of logic. She was first featured in "Diana's Story", which Longden wrote some years after his wife's death. Now the author's mother appears as the central character in this book, which takes the story forward to the time after Diana's death, and also back to Deric Longden's childhood. She makes her eccentric way through Marks & Spencer, converses with her two cats, offers comments on the fresh developments in her son's life, and finally endures the stroke that led eventually to her death.
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