Jenny Eclair

Edwina Spinner has lived in the same house for over fifty years. It used to be a busy, crowded family home but now Edwina lives alone and it has grown too big for her. She has decided to sell it. The young estate agent who comes to value the house sees potential. But as Edwina takes him from room to room, she is transported back to her old life as a young mother.

After 50 years, Edwina is selling what was once her family’s home. She lives alone there now. As she shows the empty rooms to the young estate agent, a myriad memories swirl around her. But what happened to her husband and children? Why does she loathe her stepson? Where is everyone? Touching, gripping, tragic and funny, Moving is another triumph for Jenny Éclair.

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