Peter Redgrove's first new collection in six years.
A diabolically funny and macabre novel by the brilliantly wacky Kurt Vonnegut
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Whilst awaiting trial for war crimes in an Israeli prison, Howard W. Campbell Jr sets down his memoirs on an old German typewriter. He has used such a typewriter before, when he worked as a Nazi propagandist under Goebbels. Though that was before he agreed to become a spy for US military. Is Howard guilty? Can a black or white verdict ever be reached in a world that’s a gazillion shades of grey?
Vonnegut's chilling early masterpiece
Mother Night is not one of his most famous books, but it's one of the best
A brilliant wacky ideas-monger
One of the best living American writers
A cool writer, at once throwaway and passionate and very funny
One of the master alchemists of modern American fiction
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Kurt Vonnegut was born in Indianapolis in 1922 and studied biochemistry at Cornell University. During the Second World War he served in Europe and, as a prisoner of war in Germany, witnessed the destruction ...