The Cookbook of Common Prayer
When Gill and Gabe's eldest son drowns overseas, they decide they must hide the truth from their desperately unwell teenaged daughter. But as Gill begins to send letters from her dead son to his sister, the increasingly elaborate lie threatens to prove more dangerous than the truth.
Told through alternating perspectives, and moving between Tasmania and London, this is a novel about family, food, grief and hope.
For readers of Celeste Ng, Delia Owens and Anne Tyler, this dramatic, poetic novel explores the many ways that a family can break down - and the unexpected ways that it can be put back together.
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