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The Colour of Grass

Authors: Nia Williams

Published by Seren

ISBN: 9781854115393

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Helen’s family is falling apart. There are no answers from her husband. She can’t communicate with her daughter. So she turns to other relatives: the ones who are dead and gone. Soon she finds herself floundering in a new world of friends, secrets, enemies and family history enthusiasts.

The Colour of Grass by Nia Williams is a story about families, past and present, and life’s unexpected connections.

Nia Williams is a freelance writer and musician, born in Cardiff and now living in Oxford. Her published work includes short fiction and two novels: The Pier Glass (2001) and Persons Living or Dead (2005). The latter was longlisted for the Wales Book of the Year in 2006. Her short stories have been published in several anthologies, broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and Radio Wales, and translated into Czech.
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