Eva Moves the Furniture
On the night of Eva McEwen's birth in a small Scottish town her mother dies, leaving her to grow up lonely but never quite alone.
For two mysterious presences haunt her: a woman and a girl whom no one else can see. Sometimes they help and guide her, even save her from disaster, but they also frustrate her plans for life and love; and as she grows older their intentions become increasingly unclear.
Do they wish to protect or harm her? Eva Moves the Furniture is not a ghost story in the conventional sense.
Praise for Eva Moves the Furniture
"Every novel of Margot Livesey's is, for her readers, a joyous discovery. Her work radiates with compassion and intelligence and always, deliciously, mystery." Alice Sebold
"A quirky and enchanting novel about the thin curtain that separates our world from the next." Alice Hoffman