"At an English country estate in 1924, an afternoon tryst between Jane, a neighboring servant girl, and Paul, the young man of the estate, marks the end of a secret love affair of about six years. Jane's narrative moves back and forth from 1924 to the end of the century to reveal a remarkable woman"--
About the Author:
Graham Swift was born in 1949 and is the author of nine novels, a collection of short stories and Making an Elephant, a book of essays, portraits, poetry and reflections on his life in writing. With Waterland he won the Guardian Fiction Prize, and with Last Orders the Booker Prize. Both novels have since been made into films. Graham Swift's work has appeared in over thirty languages.