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To Be Sung Underwater

Tom McNeal

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

A riveting and heartbreaking love story about what would happen when you revisit the road not taken...

Judith Whitman always believed in the kind of love that picks you up in Akron and sets you down in Rio. Long ago, she once experienced that love. Willy Blunt was a carpenter with a dry wit and a steadfast sense of honour. Marrying him seemed like a natural thing to promise. But Willy Blunt was not a person you could pick up in Nebraska and transport to Stanford. When Judith left home, she didn't look back.

Twenty years later, Judith's marriage is hazy with secrets. In her hand is what may be the phone number for the man who believed she meant it when she said she loved him. If she called, what would he say?

TO BE SUNG UNDERWATER is the epic love story of a woman trying to remember and the man who could not even begin to forget.

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Tom McNeal

Tom McNeal grew up in California. He has been a Wallace Stegner Fellow and a Jones Lecturer at Stanford University. His debut novel Goodnight, Nebraska was published in the UK in 1998.

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