2019 | Fiction & Poetry
Intent on fixing her broken marriage and the alcohol-fuelled catastrophe that is her life, Kay Harris arrives at her grim and grey holiday let on the Norfolk Coast, ready to lay to rest the tragedy that has governed her entire adulthood - the disappearance of her little brother, Adam. But the road to recovery is pitted with the pot-holes of her own poor choices, and it isn't long before Kay is forced to accept that maybe she doesn't deserve the retribution she seeks. She struggles to connect with her environment, her drunken exploits making enemies far quicker than friends. Until she meets Pete, a local layabout, whose unexpected friendship momentarily gives her strength. Will the intervention of strangers help her to find the answers she needs to move on from her past, or will she always be stuck on the hard shoulder with no clear view ahead and a glove-box full of empties? A work of contemporary fiction, Pink Ice Creams is a tale of loss, self-destruction, and clinging on to the scraps of the long lost when everyone else has given up hope.
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