The Headmaster’s Wife

By Thomas Christopher Greene

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When Arthur Winthrop is found wandering through Central Park, naked, the police bring him in for questioning: we soon find out that he is the headmaster at Vermont’s elite Lancaster high school and that immense anguish has caused him to lose his bearings. Told from the perspective of both Arthur and his wife, Elizabeth, this readable meditation on grief ((with one whopper of a twist), is a rare combination of page-turning narrative with authentic soul.

Perfect for:

  • Readers who love a good surprise.
  • Fans of books set in elite boarding schools.
  • Page-turning fiction investigating grief and loss of mental control.
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