2 edition of As she left it found in the catalog.
Written in English
When she was twelve years old, Opal Jones escaped her mother"s endless drinking. Now, returning to their small Leeds cottage after her mum"s death, Opal feels like she"s gone back in time. Nosey Mrs. Pickess is still polishing her windows to a sparkle. Fishbo, Opal"s ancient music teacher, still plays trumpet with his band. And much to Opal"s delight, her favorite neighbor, Margaret Reid, still keeps an eye on things from the walk in front of her house. But a tragedy has struck Mote Street. Margaret"s grandson, Craig, disappeared some ten years ago, and every day he"s not found, shame and sorrow settle deeper into the neighborhood"s forgotten corners. As the door she closed on her own dark past begins to open, Opal uncovers more secrets than she can bear about the people who were once her friends.--From back cover.
|LC Classifications||PR6113.C586 A89 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 343 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||343|
|LC Control Number||2013001264|
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The neighbors are much as she remembers, but all is oddly changed by the disappearance of Dennis and Margaret’s grandson Craig, whose mother, Karen, no longer speaks to : Catriona Mcpherson.
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