T.C. Boyle tackles a highly topical subject - animal rights and conservation - and returns to the themes of beloved classics such as A Friend of the Earth and Tortilla Curtain T.C. Boyle is a prize-winning author with a loyal readership: review coverage guaranteed The Tortilla Curtain sold 17,000 copies; Drop City sold 13,500 copies; Talk Talk sold 10,000 copies (BookScan)
T.C. Boyle's novels include World's End, winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction, The Tortilla Curtain, Riven Rock, A Friend of the Earth, Drop City (which was a finalist for the National Book Awards), The Inner Circle and, most recently, the highly acclaimed The Women. His short story collections include After the Plague, Tooth and Claw and Wild Child, and his stories appear regularly in most major magazines, including the New Yorker, Esquire, Harper's, Granta and the Paris Review. His work has been translated into twenty-five languages. T.C. Boyle was recently inducted into the Academy of Arts and Letters. He lives in California.
PRAISE FOR THE WOMEN: 'Boyle at his best ... mesmerizing' New York Times Book Review 'The prose is sparkling, the narrative gripping, and the material to die for' The Times 'Boyle ratchets up every ounce of tension from the story. It's a stunning achievement' Daily Mail 'Crackles with drama ... a blisteringly good read' Sunday Telegraph Summer Reads