As Rose Elliot sits in a Sydney apartment, the home of a scandalous author who just happens to be her son, she contemplates the release of his autobiography, fearful of what it may reveal. She has never quite fathomed why the Lord blessed her with a son like Berni. A boy full of surprises - and so many of them painful. But Rose isn't the only one to feel the sharp prick of Quill. The wounded are many, as Blaise discovered to his cost several years ago when Je Louse was published, bearing its prescient warning 'Beware of ex-lovers with quills'. Some things are better left unsaid, but what joy is there in knowing without saying? Is discretion truly the better part of valour?
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