Glyn finds a photo of his (dead) wife surreptitiously holding hands with another.
This novel traces the fall out as he proceeds to question family and friends about his wife’s fidelity during their marriage.
Why did Glyn feel the need to persist in his selfish pursuit for The Truth? I’d say it’s part of his nature. At least he continued his compassion-free quest to the bitter end, and I would love to know what happened next.
A tale of relationships built on the ties of blood, marriage, business and friendship, of infidelity, secrets and depression.
You learn early on that Kath, the central character, is dead, although the photograph of the title only surfaces many years later, causing family and friends to reassess their views, memories and ultimately the truths of their own lives as well as hers.