Carole Cadwalladr

The Family Tree
  • The Family Tree

  • 'A rare treat, delivered with aplomb' Sunday Telegraph

    On the day of Charles and Diana's wedding, Rebecca Monroe's mother locked herself in the bathroom and never came out. Was it because her squidgy chocolate log collapsed or because Rebecca's grandmother married her first cousin? Can we never know why we do what we do?

    'This clever and moving debut examines three generations of the Monroe family and explores nature versus nurture...thoughtful and immensely entertaining' Observer

Carole Cadwalladr writes regularly for The Observer. She is at work on her next novel.

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