A china sausage dog – the centrepiece of a grandmother’s fireplace – becomes a tragi-comic memento mori of the industry that once sustained an entire community. A dispute escalates as a neighbour stops a young single mother picking the cherries from the tree that hangs over her garden. This collection of short stories by prizewinning […]
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