A new collection of short stories from the glitteringly talented author of The Cloning of Joanna May and The Life and Loves of a She-Devil. The people in these stories--mothers, lovers, wives, and betrayers--all must make choices, and they all have something to learn.
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'Moon Over Minneapolis has parables for everyone, words for us all. Sharp, witty, incisive, she pares off layers of everyday superficialities.' - The Times
'Immaculately written, simple, stylish and swallowable whole. Her stories are so smart and sassy and multiply ironic.' - Scotsman
'Weaving them all together is Fay Weldon's distinctive authorial voice: wise, knowing, forthright.' - Independent
'They are bite-sized and easily consumed yet have the air of something that is doing you good. No sticky romances here, but tart observations on contemporary society: on the foolish, spoilt rich, the deserving poor, on mothers and daughters, on the fatal attraction of crumbling old houses, on mental illness, on marriage, on cats. There is little on which she is not expert.' - The Herald
'Has the capacity, especially when approaching the casual horror which awaits us at the end of many of her stories, to make one splutter with merriment at the same time as twitching with anguish.' - Guardian
'Fay Weldon's voice is as unmistakable as her acerbic wit.' - Financial Times
'The author's uncanny ability to deliver a serious message with teasing, wry humour remains one of her greatest strengths.' - Time OutAbout the Author:
Fay Weldon was born and raised in New Zealand. Her novels and short stories best-sell around the world and wherever they go are awarded great critical acclaim. Her film and TV work wins enthusiastic viewers by the million, worldwide.
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