'An outstanding novel with confirms Glaister's command of the domestic and the bizarre.' The Independent
'Glaister's novels always appear to be as effortless for her to writer as they are for us to read. ' The Times 'Not just dark and mysterious but also emotionally satisfying.' The Times Literary Supplement
‘This was my first Lesley Glaister novel and I was unprepared for the marvellous, easy style of her honeyed prose. Evocations of England in the late 1950's combined with a disparate cast of characters make this a charming book of humour, poignancy and bleak reality. I am now preparing to read everything else she has ever written!’
(Amazon customer review)
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