Anna Singer, a charmingly independent young New Yorker, feels derailed after losing her father to a car accident and her husband to a younger woman. She books a trip to India, hoping that there she will be able to put her grief into perspective. Though this is her first visit, India has always tantalized her: her English mother, Rose, was raised in Calcutta during the twilight of the British Raj, but seldom spoke of her childhood. Then, as Anna departs, Rose gives her a manuscript in which she has recorded her Indian memories, torn between two cultures and belonging completely to neither.
"A richly endowed memory piece... Bacon is a seductive and gifted storyteller." - Maureen Howard
Used availability for Charlotte Bacon's There Is Room for You
March 2004 : USA Hardback
April 2005 : USA Paperback
April 2005 : USA, Canada Kindle edition