|Title||Father Figure||Height||198 mm|
|Author||Ann Widdecombe||Width||129 mm|
|ISBN-10||#0752876929||Spine Width||22 mm|
|Publisher||Orion Publishing Company||Pages||359|
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Author: Ann Widdecombe
Jason Kirk is a thirty-two year old teacher who believes he is happily married until he returns home one day to find that his wife has left him, taking their two young children with her. Suddenly Jason finds the role of father denied to him as he is separated from his children and reduced to the role of visitor.rnrnThe law is weighted against him and his wife produces a series of excuses to withhold contact with Jake, eight and Leah, three. Jason, who had wanted to bring his children up to maturity on a daily basis, not only has to face the pain of this loss but endures the misery of persecution by the Child Support Agency. He discovers he is not alone, that among friends and colleagues are others enduring the same situation.rnrnFATHER FIGURE is an enthralling, thought-provoking novel of modern fatherhood.