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Curtis's second book of revelations on post-war British foreign policy.
A timely and controversial critical expose of the reality of British foreign policy.
Susan Hill has been a professional writer for over fifty years. Her books have won awards and prizes including the Whitbread, the John Llewellyn Rhys and the Somerset Maugham; and have been shortlisted for the Booker. She was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Honours. Her novels include Strange Meeting, I’m the King of the Castle and A Kind Man. She has also published autobiographical works and collections of short stories as well as the Simon Serrailler series of crime novels. The play of her ghost story The Woman in Black has been running in London’s West End since 1988. She is married with two adult daughters and lives in North Norfolk.
Rejacketed alongside Air and Angels, Mrs de Winter and The Woman in Black to create a set of Susan Hill's most enchanting, unsettling and absorbing backlist titles
Rejacketed alongside Mist in the Mirror, Mrs De Winter and The Woman in Black to create a set of Susan Hill's most enchanting, unsettling and absorbing backlist titles
Rejacketed alongside Air and Angels, The Mist in the Mirror and The Woman in Black to create a set of Susan Hill's most absorbing, enchanting and unsettling backlist titles
Published to tie-in with major new film adaptation starring Harry Potter's Daniel Radcliffe.
'This is vintage Susan Hill, both in the little worlds she evokes and in her understanding of the relationships between children and adults' Books of the Year, Spectator
Marvellously written short novella from Susan Hill - a family story as evocative, gripping and Gothic as her best-selling ghost story, The Woman in Black.
Heartstoppingly chilling - Daily Express
A long-awaited treat: a new full length novel from Susan Hill. An absorbing novel of two generations, focusing on mother and son.
Susan Hill proves once again that she is one of our very best storytellers in this transfixing parable of greed, goodness and an extraordinary miracle
A beautiful, lyrical novel about love and loss, and grief and mourning from the author of A Kind Man and The Woman in Black