Uncommon Relations Part Two

By Rosalind Minett

Literary fiction | eBook


Terry, an Everyman character, has opened a Pandora's Box and now he can't close it. Who around him can he trust, including himself! Gudrun's Ecuadorian worry dolls are never far from her twiddling fingers. What is she nervous about? If you've reached the end of Uncommon Relations, Part One, you know! Now Part Two takes the story on. Can you decide whether Terry is a victim or a perpetrator? Do you want him to come through the dramas around him, or do you think he deserves them?



Rosalind Minett is the author of the trilogy, A Relative Invasion. A boyhood rivalry begins as WW2 threatens, then simmers and develops through the war to reach a dramatic climax years ahead. It won a full (and glowing) critique from Harper Collins and was Highly Commended in the Yeovil Novel prize. There are two collections of satirical short stories: Me-Time Tales: tea breaks for mature women and curious men, and its companion volume, Curious Men: he-time tales. These delve into the obsessions of women, the idiosyncracies of men. Most recent is a pair of contemporary novels Uncommon Relations. In two fat parts, the psychological domestic mystery features secrets, indiscretions, illusions, mistaken identity, flawed and skewed relationships, heartache, deviousness, delight and despair. As with most of Rosalind's writing, the whole is touched with humour as well as its dark edge. Rosalind's short stories have been performed in Bath and Bristol, UK, and others included in anthologies. Her varied and often fascinating career as a psychologist, the final years as an expert witness, led her to meet and working with interesting adults and children. Now retired, she creates imaginary characters instead. Her understanding of how people think, learn, feel and behave drives her plots in everything she writes. Rosalind lives in SW England and, outside family time, enjoys sculpture, painting and theatre.


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Rosalind Minett is the author of the trilogy, A Relative Invasion. A boyhood rivalry begins as WW2 threatens, then simmers and develops through the war to reach a dramatic climax years ahead. It won a full (and glowing) critique from Harper Collins and was Highly Commended in the Yeovil Novel prize. There are two collections of satirical short stories: Me-Time Tales: tea breaks for mature women ...


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