R. J. Goddard

The Poor Singer of an Empty Day


In September 1998, Julian Everet is walking on the cliffs of Dover when a discarded newspaper brushes his leg. The face on the front page is that of Kathleen Mccullagh and it brings back memories of 1968, of love, obsession, jealousy and death. Initially, Julian is stunned by a wave of guilt but before he can grab the paper, it blows away in the wind. He plays with the idea of running away but curiosity drives him to discover why his first love is in the news again after thirty years.

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