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Mrs Narwhal’s Diary

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It was Jenni Murray who suggested I keep a diary. She said it was good for mental health, and I must say I did feel much less frazzled after writing everything down yesterday. The frustrations were all still there, but somehow smoothed out – as if by a really good steam iron. So I think I’ll carry on with it for now. It’s not often you come across a mood enhancer that’s both free and non-alcoholic, after all. What’s more it’s meant I can make use of those empty scrapbooks in the library, which I’ve been hoping for ages to repurpose.

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Mrs Narwhal is overwhelmed. Her husband, Hugh, is unkind and unhappy – working every hour at a job he hates to save the ancestral home he never wanted. Then there’s Hugh’s sister, Rose, who’s spurned her one true love, and ricochets from crisis to crisis, not to mention two small boys to bring up safely in a house that could crumble around their ears at any moment…
When Hugh’s pride receives a fatal blow and he walks out, Mrs Narwhal is plunged into a crisis of both heart and home. With help from Rose she sets out to save the house her husband couldn’t.
But can she save her marriage? And does she really want Hugh back?
Funny, evocative and moving, Mrs Narwhal’s Diary is an irresistible story which will enchant and delight its readers.

Author

S J NORBURY lives in Herefordshire with her family. Mrs Narwhal’s Diary is her first novel.

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