Constance Field had always felt especially close to her niece Catherine, whom she always called Katy. When Katy, recently divorced, comes to her aunt for sympathy and advice, Constance, a recently retired headmistress, is able to give her moral support. In a way she is paying a debt to her niece, for the impression that Katy made on her when she was just a child enabled Constance to come to a momentous decision in her own life. In return, her experience empowers the younger woman to come to another important decision.
Used availability for June Barraclough's Family Snapshots
March 1997 : UK Hardback
March 1996 : UK Hardback