Fremont

Reeder, E. (2012) Fremont. Kohl Publishing. ISBN 9780957330801

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Abstract

A novel.

When Rachel Roanoke sees Hal Fremont across a diner counter, she claims him as her own. Their first date takes place in the registry office, and they set out for the small, suspicious town Hal calls home.

There, in the crumbling hallway of that mock-antebellum house, Rachel and Hal consummate their marriage and start to build their rambunctious brood.

Against their parents' ill-starred fairytale romance, the Fremont children fight for their territory within the shifting, bitter bonds of family. In this tale of prejudice, identity and desire, Fremont becomes a map of survival.

Item Type:Books
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Reeder, Dr Elizabeth
Authors: Reeder, E.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Critical Studies > English Literature
Publisher:Kohl Publishing
ISBN:9780957330801

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