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The Consequences Of Marriage

Isla Dewar

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

In this irresistible and unputdownable novel, Isla Dewar offers searing insight into human nature and relationships while also bringing out the humour of the darkest situations

When James McElroy saw the ad for a lodger with 'Bibi Sanders' in a smart Edinburgh street, he pictured a glamorous young landlady with whom he would form a meaningful and deep relationship. But Bibi's in her seventies. She's led a full life, including marriage to the domineering and difficult Callum, now deceased, and raised six children.She's not sure what to make of James and suspects - rightly - a troubling secret in his past. When Bibi sets out to re-visit the past for the final time via a tour of Britain in her rather unexpected Volvo sports car, James decides to go with her. It's a journey full of surprises and revelations which will change them both - and, in Isla Dewar's inimitable way, entertain and enlighten every reader.

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  • The Consequences of Marriage will no doubt further broaden Dewar's book club fan base and cement her place among Scotland's increasingly strong showing of female authors - Brisbane News

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Isla Dewar

Isla Dewar was born in Edinburgh. She wrote articles for magazines and newspapers for many years before she wrote KEEPING UP WITH MAGDA, her first novel, in 1995. She lives in Fife with her husband, a cartoonist; they have two sons.

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