The Lost Corner is women’s fiction set mainly in Norfolk, and concerns a marriage breakdown, various intensely emotional issues and an old Norfolk myth: a ghostly dog called the Black Shuck.
It is the week before Christmas, and Eve discovers that her husband is cheating. She packs up and leaves without a showdown, preferring instead to run away. The road takes her back to her childhood county of Norfolk and she settles in the coastal town of Seaton.
Eve finds lodging in a flat above an art gallery. Owner Lucas and his sister, Maria, offer Eve friendship, even including her in their pagan meetings. She meets seventeen year old Justine, who self-harms and reminds Eve of her own daughter. This makes Eve desperate to befriend Justine and offer her help.
In time, Eve makes a decision about the…
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