The Defrosting of Charlotte Small
Single mother Charlotte Small's life is falling apart...After flattening a friend's dog, carelessly losing not one job but three, and waving her daughter off to spend Christmas overseas, Charlotte hits the wall. Years of suppressed heartbreak and disappointment overwhelm her and the fine thread of sanity finally snaps. Consequently, having thrown the entire contents of her house onto the street, she's found by the police, lying on her back under a Christmas tree with an empty bottle of Port and a half-eaten lump of Stilton. Charlotte needs to claw her way back from the brink and start again. But can she build a bigger, brighter, and better existence this time around? "The Defrosting of Charlotte Small" is wonderfully observed and genuinely funny, mining the glorious seam of black humour that is fast becoming Annabel Giles' trademark.
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 128 x 196 x 26mm | 199.58g
- 30 Mar 2006
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Annabel Giles
So far, Annabel Giles has been a model, TV and radio personality, actress and comedienne. She is the author of Birthday Girls and Crossing the Paradise Line, both published by Penguin. She has two children and lives in London.