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Vanessa’s letter comes out of the blue: May her son, Alex, visit his godfather – Fiona’s husband, James – on his forthcoming trip to England? Fiona is thrilled – Alex is a particular favourite, and she hasn’t seen him since he was a little boy. However, her delight is mixed with unease. Ever since the tragic loss of their own daughter, James has seemed ambivalent about h Vanessa’s letter comes out of the blue: May her son, Alex, visit his godfather – Fiona’s husband, James – on his forthcoming trip to England? Fiona is thrilled – Alex is a particular favourite, and she hasn’t seen him since he was a little boy. However, her delight is mixed with unease. Ever since the tragic loss of their own daughter, James has seemed ambivalent about his godson. It is as if he resents the boy’s existence. As she muses on the best way to reconcile James to the news, Fiona looks back to the early days of their relationship. She and her friend Vanessa were teenagers in the sixties, about to start practising the intricate steps of the dance of life... Willa Marsh was born in Somerset and lives in a Georgian parsonage in Devon with her husband and two Newfoundlands. As Marcia Willett, she also writes well-reviewed novels published by Headline.


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Vanessa’s letter comes out of the blue: May her son, Alex, visit his godfather – Fiona’s husband, James – on his forthcoming trip to England? Fiona is thrilled – Alex is a particular favourite, and she hasn’t seen him since he was a little boy. However, her delight is mixed with unease. Ever since the tragic loss of their own daughter, James has seemed ambivalent about h Vanessa’s letter comes out of the blue: May her son, Alex, visit his godfather – Fiona’s husband, James – on his forthcoming trip to England? Fiona is thrilled – Alex is a particular favourite, and she hasn’t seen him since he was a little boy. However, her delight is mixed with unease. Ever since the tragic loss of their own daughter, James has seemed ambivalent about his godson. It is as if he resents the boy’s existence. As she muses on the best way to reconcile James to the news, Fiona looks back to the early days of their relationship. She and her friend Vanessa were teenagers in the sixties, about to start practising the intricate steps of the dance of life... Willa Marsh was born in Somerset and lives in a Georgian parsonage in Devon with her husband and two Newfoundlands. As Marcia Willett, she also writes well-reviewed novels published by Headline.

30 review for Facing the Music

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie Baker

    This was written under a pen name and lacks the breadth of characters and sense of place that normally come with a Willett novel. The protagonist's story would normally have been only one part of the story and as such the story felt a bit sparse - a snack instead of a feast.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    It doesn’t matter what the plot is in her books because her writing is spectacular

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    Very disappointing unlike all of the Marcia Wilett books I have read and enjoyed

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