No.1 best seller from the UK official charts. A controversial and shocking anti-romance, only previously released as a hardback.
Each day when eight-year-old Jack arrived home from school he would squat in the window ledge of the modern semi-detached’s lounge to be as far away as possible from the foot of the stairs and the ghost that haunted his imagination from somewhere above.
He would squint at any remaining sunlight, desperate to see his Mother returning from work as she strode expectantly up the road, anxious to receive a hug from her handsome little boy.
He was too young to be ‘a latch key’ kid living near Bewdley in Worcestershire but because of his youthful innocence he noticed things in his loneliness that adults would miss, but accepted his thoughts were never to be shared.