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An enthralling novel about class, politics and sisterhood, set against the rise of Fascism in 1930s Britain.

About the Author

Cressida Connolly is a reviewer and journalist, who has written for Vogue, the Telegraph, the Spectator, the Guardian and numerous other publications. Cressida is the author of three books- The Happiest Days, which won the MacMillan/PEN Award, The Rare and the Beautiful and My Former Heart. Cressida is the daughter of writer Cyril Connolly. She lives in Worcestershire.

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Profound and moving and completely original, with a storyline that is completely satisfying. It'll be one of those novels that stays in my mind forever... it's a work of art -- Craig Brown
I finished it in two days flat and I've never read anything quite like it. Everything about the book rings true, politically, psychologically, and in period detail, from the sunny beginnings to the grim end -- Hilary Spurling
A wonderfully subtle and interesting account of the Mosley women, with a compelling voice -- Linda Grant
Wonderful, tragicomic... beautifully researched -- Kate Saunders * The Times *
One of the best books published this year * The Lady *
Uncanny, evocative.... Connolly skilfully sets scenes in pared yet atmospheric prose * Sunday Times *
Connolly gives an object lesson in how to tell a story in a non-judgmental way. The result is a brave, engrossing and unexpectedly moving novel * Mail on Sunday *
Polished and reflective... a salutary masterclass on the values that really matter * Country Life *
This historical novel is an absorbing, nuanced look at extremism dressed up with social niceties and class privilege, and is sure to resonate today * Stylist *
In her latest novel, Cressida Connolly expertly evokes a changing nation, and a woman whose life is altered forever * Vogue *
Connolly [is] an unerring storyteller who excels at both period and place * Daily Mail *
[A] virtuoso novel * Telegraph Magazine *
A wonderfully acute writer -- Allison Pearson * Sunday Telegraph Summer Reads *
Connolly has tremendous fun with her posh characters' class-obsessed milieu, but the privations of Holloway Prison, with its rope-thick dust, bone-chilling cold and maggoty food, are equally sharply drawn * Daily Mail Summer Reads *
Deeply impressive.... quietly devastating tale of world affairs played out on an intimate scale * Metro *
Connolly is a terrifically subtle writer... [she] slyly sweeps her readers into the period drama as tensions tauten between families and social classes * Daily Telegraph, Five Stars *
Chilling * Spectator *
Quietly devastating * Metro Books of the Year *

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