'Solace' by Belinda McKeon
‘Solace’ by Belinda McKeon, read by Aidan O’Hare.
Belinda McKeon’s award-winning debut novel tells the story of Mark Casey, a doctoral student at Trinity College who is struggling with the demands of writing his thesis and helping out on the family farm at home in the midlands. His is a life without focus until he meets a young woman at a party.
‘Solace’ by Belinda McKeon is published by Picador.
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