Susanna Quinn has worked as a journalist, ghost writer, book designer, hostess, club dancer and party masseuse. She lives in Brighton with her partner, baby daughter and many flocks of seagulls. Visit Susanna's website at www.bookgroupbooks.com.
Susanna Quinn is a born storyteller - Erin Kelly, author of The Poison TreeGripping. - Joanne Harris, author of ChocolatI read Glass Geishas in one sitting, with a break for sleep. This does not usually happen. It's a terrific read. - Fay Weldon, author of Chalcot CrescentUnputdownable. I was completely absorbed. Meticulously researched, GLASS GEISHAS is a real page turner that celebrates the triumph of the human spirit, friendship and love over adversity. - Julia Crouch, author of CuckooA sinister and seedy tale about the dark side of Tokyo's night scene. I stayed up late to find out what happened next. - Natasha Solomons, author of Mr Rosenblum's ListA gripping, thrilling insight into the world of Japanese hostess bars. A seriously skilful page turner . . . don't read it on the beach unless you want sunburn. - Kate Harrison, author of The Secret Shopper's RevengeGLASS GEISHAS manages to do for Tokyo's infamous Roppongi district what Alex Garland's "The Beach" did for the Khaosan Road and Thailand. - Simon Toyne, author of SanctusA fascinating look at the seedy underworld of Tokyo - the writing is skilful and vivid and the tension doesn't let up. Susanna Quinn is one to watch. - Julia Gregson, author of East of the Sun