Three daughters organize their parents' 50th wedding anniversary celebration. The union has been a tempestuous one, but change is about to happen at the most unexpected of occasions.
Bella, Bea and Bianca work hard to ensure that their parents' 50th wedding anniversary celebration goes with a swing. Timo and Bertha have weathered the storms of a difficult union, with too many secrets kept quiet for the sake of the family. There's a limit on how long a good man can do the right thing though, and freedom and joy look more attractive than servitude and misery. Someone is about to make their escape bid....
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About the Author
Paul Whybrow has a young head on old shoulders.
Ex many things, including being a teacher, counsellor, librarian, dispatch rider, milkman, postman, bar man, house renovator, classic vehicle restorer, courier, van driver, factory worker, project manager, live-in carer for the elderly, editor, photographer, volunteer at a community centre, play-schemes, homeless campaigns and nature conservation projects.
I wrote non-fiction magazine articles for ages, but turned to creative writing in the summer of 2013. I've been my own boss for a long time, which means I'm working for an idiot and the pay is lousy—but the holidays are great.
Paul Whybrow has a good heart inside a battered chest.