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Advance Praise for LONDON ROAD: LINKED STORIES:
“…reminiscent of the writer who appears in one of the stories: the great Katherine Mansfield.”
Cynthia Rogerson, winner, V.S. Pritchett Memorial Prize for a Short Story, 2008, UK.
On the morning of her release from prison, the hottest day on record in England, Janice Bailey makes her way to a boarding house in London, and discovers a bizarre new world.
Part memoir, part fiction, this moving collection of seven linked short stories begins with ‘When Janice Bailey Walked’, an award-winning story first published in the Connecticut Review. It continues with six more realistic yet life-affirming stories, as told by the residents of Number 17, London Road, thus illuminating a little-known side of the most beautiful city in Europe.
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