Nina Bawden

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Family Money

book | 1991
Fanny Pye's London house, bought for a song many years earlier, is now worth a small fortune. When she intervenes in a street brawl and is hospitalized, her children tactfully suggest that she move to the suburbs, coincidentally releasing some useful ³family money.² Fanny has different views about inheritance and property; at any rate, she is more concerned that she cannot remember the events of that night and the death of a stranger. Then, as her amnesia clears, she is overwhelmed by a terrible sense of danger...
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