Gripping' Daily Mail'Chloe Lane's writing continues to astound me' Clare Fuller, author of The Memory of AnimalsA searingly intimate exploration of marriage, motherhood and desire from a bold New Zealand talent. Georgie's marriage has stagnated. But in a Florida almost claustrophobic with life, there's no room to attend to it: forests burn, termites abound, teeth break, and there's something in her husband's eye. Then she finds a body in the woods. As the repercussions of her discovery and a doomed affair come to land, Georgie is forced to confront her past, examining the often heartbreaking power of the things we witness and the scars they leave behind.