Christmas release from Quartet Books
Today we celebrate the publication of Nine Love Letters by Gerald Jacobs…
NINE LOVE LETTERS by Gerald Jacobs
As violence and hatred sweep across Europe and the Middle East under the Nazis, this novel tells the story of two Jewish refugee families whose lives unexpectedly converge in post-war London.
Praise for Jacobs’ Previous Work
‘There’s a deceptive matter-of-factness about Gerald Jacobs’ writing which masks an exquisite sadness. His is the art of the refined miniaturist…’ Howard Jacobson
‘Everybody should read this book.’ Sunday Telegraph
‘Works like Sacred Games make it possible for generations born after the Holocaust to come face to face with its reality.’ Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, Financial Times
Gerald Jacobs is the literary editor of the Jewish Chronicle. His book Sacred Games was published by Hamish Hamilton in 1995, Penguin in 1996 and re-issued by Faber in 2011. He lives in Muswell Hill, London.