Late in the Day (Large Print / Library Binding)
As usual, spending time with Tessa Hadley's characters is as comfortable as meeting with old friends. Her latest novel is no exception in showcasing her skill as a master of domestic fiction--giving rich complexity to the ties that bind people, especially marriage and friendship. Late in the Day opens with three close-knit friends grieving the untimely death of one of their group of four, and the remaining novel is a testament to how things change and yet also remain the same. Fans of Tessa Hadley will not be disappointed.— Erin
About the Author
TESSA HADLEY is the author of six highly praised novels, Accidents in the Home, which was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, Everything Will Be Alright, The Master Bedroom, The London Train, Clever Girl and The Past and three collections of stories, Sunstroke, Married Love and Bad Dreams and Other Stories. After thirty years in Cardiff, Wales, she now lives in London and is Professor of Creative Writing at Bath Spa University. Her stories appear regularly in The New Yorker and other magazines. In 2016 she won the Windham-Campbell Literature Prize for fiction.