By Salley Vickers
It is 1938 and Sigmund Freud, being affected by the debilitating results of melanoma, has been accredited via the Nazis to depart Vienna. He seeks safe haven in England, taking over place of abode in the home in Hampstead during which he'll die fifteen months later. yet his final months are made brilliant through the coming of a stranger who comes and is going in response to Freud’s nation of health and wellbeing. who's the mysterious customer and why has he come to inform the famed proponent of the Oedipus complicated his surprisingly widespread story?
Set in part in prewar London and in part in historical Greece, Where 3 Roads Meet is as brilliantly compelling because it is considerate. Former psychoanalyst and acclaimed novelist Salley Vickers revisits a criminal offense devoted in the past that also has aggravating reverberations for us all today.