Falling by Elizabeth Jane Howard

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'“Troubling, subtle and distinctive . . . Completely unputdownable.” —Miranda Seymour, TheIndependent   “A superb storyteller whose elegantly written novels never fail to pull you in . . . She tells a taut and compelling story with a subtle build-up of tension that will keep the reader worrying till the end.” —Sunday Express   “An engaging study of love which explores our deepest needs and desires.” —Tatler   “I found myself seduced by [Howard’s] clever evocation of people and places, her perfect ear for dialogue and her elegant, sensitive portrayal of contemporary life.” —The Sunday Telegraph   “Full of subtle touches . . . As unputdownable as any thriller.” —The Times (London)   “With a tone reminiscent of William Trevor, this is Howard at her most psychologically perceptive. . . . Her powerful rendering of human emotion has the same scalpel-like precision as The Cazalet Chronicle. . . . The slow but assured unwinding of the narrative grips with memorable force.” —Barry Forshaw  '
'“Troubling, subtle and distinctive . . . Completely unputdownable.” —Miranda Seymour, TheIndependent   “A superb storyteller whose elegantly written novels never fail to pull you in . . . She tells a taut and compelling story with a subtle build-up of tension that will keep the reader worrying till the end.” —Sunday Express   “An engaging study of love which explores our deepest needs and desires.” —Tatler   “I found myself seduced by [Howard’s] clever evocation of people and places, her perfect ear for dialogue and her elegant, sensitive portrayal of contemporary life.” —The Sunday Telegraph   “Full of subtle touches . . . As unputdownable as any thriller.” —The Times (London)   “With a tone reminiscent of William Trevor, this is Howard at her most psychologically perceptive. . . . Her powerful rendering of human emotion has the same scalpel-like precision as The Cazalet Chronicle. . . . The slow but assured unwinding of the narrative grips with memorable force.” —Barry Forshaw  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504036733 Pages: 431