Someone Is Missing describes the despair of a woman whose husband dies at the pinnacle of his career and at the moment when they have at last achieved complete happiness together after a turbulent and eventful
With unsparing truthfulness, Sonia Melchett tells the story of a widow's struggle for survival, although disoriented by grief. In her often mistaken but special way she begins to build a new life. In order to live again, she has to discover her hidden identity - an intimate exploration that takes her back to her childhood in India, her wartime schooldays in Britain, her youthful romances and through to her marriage. It is a quest for self through colonial and British society to present times, when she loses herself once more in love. This is a book of total honesty, tragedy and comedy, sympathy and understanding - the account of a rare woman, whose suffering and triumph give her own story a universal quality.
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