William Trevor relates the events of one long summer, when a dangerously reckless attachment evokes a storm of passion in a small Irish town.
A lonely teenager becomes a sinister presence in a small English coastal town in this compelling character study from William Trevor.
A pretty West Country seaside town is harshly exposed by a young boy’s unnerving curiosity and unwelcome attention. Timothy Gedge is a strangely unsettling 15-year-old loner who spends much of his time watching people, peering in windows and listening to private conversations. His prurient interest, oddly motivated, leaves few people unaffected - and the consequences cannot be ignored.
About the AuthorWilliam Trevor was born in Mitchelstown, Ireland. He wrote many novels, and was a renowned writer of short stories.