Peg always felt a little blurred, a little lacking in definition.
Her mother died when she was six, her father simply disappeared, and she was brought up by her grandparents and her obese, bedridden aunt.
But, despite all this, she never developed the habit of asking questions.
At least, not until she met Loz, her straight-talking, psychotherapeutically literate girlfriend, who urges her to confront her demons. But as the skeletons come tumbling out of the family closet and the full horror of the past begins to reveal itself, Peg starts to wonder whether her youthful lack of curiosity might not have been a good thing.
A very good thing indeed...