John de Falbe

The Glass Night

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Listen, do you remember when you came in late one night and made love with Kate in the sitting-room? . .. I was there.' Past and present are entwined in The Glass Night as Dan Flash, the novel's narrator, tells the story of his life to his son – from Nazi Germany to wartime Coventry and to 1990s London, where Kate lies in a coma after a mysterious fall from a balcony. Praise for The Glass Night: 'A particularly vivd first novel . . . with superb descriptions of wartime Coventry' Sunday Telegraph 'Impressively ambitious . . . you're in the hands of a confident and ingenious new writer' Jonathan Coe
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325 printed pages
Original publication


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