A dazzling, potent and beautiful novel about moths, running, jazz, the Siberian Gulag, and seizing the moment, reminiscent, in its dark European sensibility and compelling readability, of The Reader or Rachel Seiffert’s The Dark Room.
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Karl Manders worked for forty years as a journalist. He was a member of the Guardian Features Department for five years, and subsequently contributed to the paper for some years. For three years he was News Editor of Nature, and for a similar period Deputy Features Editor of The Telegraph Magazine. He has worked intermittently for The Sunday Times and contributed freelance features to New Scientist, Scientific American, Radio Times, and Reader's Digest. He moved to North America where he edited photographic arts titles, before returning to Europe, and particularly the Netherlands where he learned Dutch. He is married and lives in Suffolk.
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Book Description Vintage Books 2008-04-15, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 009950703X New Condition. Ships immediately. Bookseller Inventory # Z009950703XZN
Book Description Vintage Books, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX009950703X