'Outstanding. Kathleen Conlon gives what I can only say is the best account of being ditched I've ever read. Always exceptionally readable' - COSMOPOLITAN 'An easy style of writing, original and interesting reading' -BOOKS BY MAIL 'Your father has another woman'. Nine-year-old Anna Blake is only mildly surprised when a schoolfriend lets drop this piece of information. And when her father finally leaves home to live with Olivia in Hampstead, that place becomes, for Anna, the epitome of sinful glamour. But Hampstead, though welcoming, is not home. So Anna, now in her teens, sets out to find a place where she can really belong. At first she thinks love may be the answer, and certainly Jonathon - and Raymond - and Jake, have a devastating effect on her life. But can anyone really supply what she needs?
Used availability for Kathleen Conlon's My Father's House
April 1999 : UK Hardback
June 1988 : UK Hardback
June 1972 : UK Hardback
January 1982 : UK Paperback