A novel read by the author. "Gone With the Wind" has come to the Ritz, and the mill-women have taken up a collection to send Belle, their own storytelling star to the best seat. Next day, as she tells them at the grim looms of Gable and Leigh, a handsome newcomer watches silently from a doorway.
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Novelist, broadcaster and freelance journalist Frank Delaney was born inTipperary, Ireland. His non-fiction works embrace James Joyce, John Betjeman, Boswell and Johnson, the European Middle Ages and the Celtic civilizations.He has lived in Britain for twenty years, where he broadcasts frequently.Review:
'When you invest in a Frank Delaney novel you get more than your money's worth.' Daily Mail. 'A blockbuster with a purpose.' Times Literary Supplement. 'He certainly knows how to use bleak material to shocking and (perhaps shocking to say) entertaining effect.' Financial Times. 'A wonderful writer.' The Times. 'Delaney writes in a near documentary style: his words know they are tools.' Financial Times
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