Barbara is a 30-year-old disabled woman. For several years her secret, well known to a few, has been that she has been a prostitute in a disability centre where the men who have problems with their motor functions and learning disabilities benefit from her services, with the tacit assent of some doctors and professionals. Because of this, Barbara is able to live in a house, alone.
Gary Mullen is in Hell. He’s lost his son in a tragic accident. His marriage is on the rocks, he’s lost his job, he’s out of money... our story starts as Mullen stands looking into London’s Highgate cemetery, bereft. On the surface Matt Flowers has everything – a successful restaurant business, a lovely daughter and a secure marriage. However, he is not as blamelessly charming as we might have imagined...
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