The Mail on Sunday gives a great review of Pomeranski by Gerald Jacobs. You can get your copy of the book here.
‘The collection is eclectic and idiosyncratic and something of the man is revealed in the writing.’
There’s a brilliant review of Memories by Naim Attallah on Paul Burke’s blog. You can read the full review Read More
‘At times, it reads almost like a low-key, south-of-the-Thames version of “The Sopranos”, but with slices of Bakewell tart in place of Sicilian cannoli’
The Economist gives a fantastic review of Pomeranski by Gerald Jacobs. Read the full review here.
Quartet author Jane Haynes has been writing the brilliant Coronet Diaries: A Day in the Life of a Psychotherapist During Lock-down on her blog In the Consulting Room. You can read the diary here.
We published If I Chance
‘This book is ambitious. It ranges from stories of domestic violence, marital jealousy and themes of familial vengeance – to an over-arching sense of world politics – the execution of the Jewish American pacifists Ethel and Jule Rosenberg,. That it succe