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- Description<b>Some memories aren't really memories at all...</b></p><b>In 1978, </b>Andrew Macintyre was 15 years old and on the greatest adventure of his life when he was drawn into the troubled life of Karla, the woman who would disturb his dreams for the next 25 years. He has buried the memory of what she did to him ever since, but an encounter with her brother reveals a shocking reality he can't igre.</p><b>He travels back</b> to the village in Germany he only dimly remembers and the truth is slowly revealed to him; the truth about the boy he was, and about the man he might yet be. Clare, the girl he worshipped from afar, becomes the friend he had needed all along, and together they piece together what really happened. As everyone affected by that summer comes together, Andrew hopes that memories, like wounds, can heal...</p>
- Author Biography<b>Richard Watt<b> was born in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1962. He has a degree in Linguistics from Edinburgh University, and has spent much of his working life in sales and IT. Richard's writing career took off when he became a regular contributor to the Prince George Citizen newspaper with his Dear Friends columns, written during the process of moving to the northern BC city in 2006. Since moving to Canada, Richard has had flash fiction accepted by 365 Tomorrows, and has been working on his first full-length novel, Going Back, to be published in 2013. Richard is also a qualified soccer coach, and spends much of his time squinting into a low sun, shouting at teenagers. Readers of the Dear Friends letters will know that Richard has been married to Zoe since 1986. They have two boys and two cats.
- Author(s)Richard Watt
- PublisherRichard Watt
- Date of Publication24/05/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintRichard Watt
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight399 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine16 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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