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    Publisher: Vagabond Voices

    The Convalescent

    £9.95
    A story of wasted lives, flawed relationships, and the horrors of old age, but through it all, humor and hope rebalance the drudge and misery.
    ISBN: 9781908251190
    AuthorPeter Gilmour
    Pub Date16/09/2013
    BindingPaperback
    Pages234
    Availability: In Stock

    William Templeton is awoken from his dead life as an alcoholic by the murder of his mother. He has no memory of when he last visited her, and no sense of what their relationship might have been. He feels the need to reacquaint himself with the world: he stops drinking and embarks upon the long convalescence that is the story of this book. It is the story of one man's struggle against alcoholism. It is witty and it is painful. It is a story of wasted lives, flawed relationships, and the horrors of old age, but through it all, humour and hope rebalance the drudge and misery.

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    William Templeton is awoken from his dead life as an alcoholic by the murder of his mother. He has no memory of when he last visited her, and no sense of what their relationship might have been. He feels the need to reacquaint himself with the world: he stops drinking and embarks upon the long convalescence that is the story of this book. It is the story of one man's struggle against alcoholism. It is witty and it is painful. It is a story of wasted lives, flawed relationships, and the horrors of old age, but through it all, humour and hope rebalance the drudge and misery.