|Half Broken Things|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|ISBN||ISBN 0-340-82049-7 (UK)|
The lives of three very lonely people - pregnant Steph, on the run from her violent boyfriend; Michael, a petty thief who becomes her knight in shining armour; and Jean, a sixty-year old spinster nearing the end of her career as a house sitter - collide dramatically within the grounds of the illustrious Walden Manor, where together they seal themselves away from the outside world and build a new life together. The fantasy cannot last forever though, and events take a murderous turn when the first unexpected guest arrives.
Half Broken Things was adapted for television in 2007, starring Penelope Wilton, Daniel Mays and Sinead Matthews. The two-hour drama, directed by Tim Fywell, produced by Festival Film & TV was aired on ITV on Sunday 28 October 2007.
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