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    Fishnet

    £8.99
    Bold, passionate, unique. This prize-winning novel challenges assumptions about power, vulnerability and choice as one woman's search for her vanished sister leads her into the world of contemporary sex work.
    ISBN: 9781785302138
    AuthorKirstin Innes
    Pub Date09/08/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages320
    Availability: In Stock

    Twenty-year-old Rona Leonard walks out of her sister Fiona's flat and disappears.
    Six years on, worn down by a tedious job, child care and the aching absence in her life, Fiona's existence is blown apart by the revelation that, before she disappeared, Rona worked as a prostitute. Determined to uncover the truth, Fiona embarks on a quest to investigate the industry that claimed her sister. Drawn into a complex world, Fiona's life tilts on its axis as she makes shocking discoveries that challenge everything she's ever believed ...
    Bittersweet, sensual and rich, Fishnet is a beautifully told story of love and grief, interwoven with a meticulous, controversial account of the sex industry and its workers. An outstanding piece of fiction, it questions the ways in which we perceive women, their interactions with the world and with each other.

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    Twenty-year-old Rona Leonard walks out of her sister Fiona's flat and disappears.
    Six years on, worn down by a tedious job, child care and the aching absence in her life, Fiona's existence is blown apart by the revelation that, before she disappeared, Rona worked as a prostitute. Determined to uncover the truth, Fiona embarks on a quest to investigate the industry that claimed her sister. Drawn into a complex world, Fiona's life tilts on its axis as she makes shocking discoveries that challenge everything she's ever believed ...
    Bittersweet, sensual and rich, Fishnet is a beautifully told story of love and grief, interwoven with a meticulous, controversial account of the sex industry and its workers. An outstanding piece of fiction, it questions the ways in which we perceive women, their interactions with the world and with each other.