A mesmerising tale of three women who must find the courage to overcome the past and beat the odds to find hope for the future.

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Paddy Richardson

Paddy Richardson has written two collections of short stories, Choices and If We Were Lebanese, many of which have been broadcast on Radio New Zealand.  Her work has been highly commended in the Katherine Mansfield and Sunday Star-Times Awards and her previous novel, The Company of a Daughter, was written during her year as the Burns Fellow in 1997.  Paddy lives in Dunedin where she writes and teaches part-time courses in creative writing.

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