Too Close to the Edge


Author: Pascal Garnier

A widow’s quiet retirement in the foothills of the Alps is turned upside down by the arrival of a mysterious stranger.,,Recently widowed grandmother Éliette is returning to her house in the mountains when her car breaks down. A stranger offers help and Éliette gives him a lift, glad of the company and interruption to her routine.,,A tale of retirement and calm domesticity, wit….Read More

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