About this book
The sequel to the critically acclaimed "At The Chime Of A City Clock", set in 1933 and continuing the adventures of James Ross. 'Steeped in historical detail, the novel evokes the sleazy side of the Thirties so vividly that you can almost feel the grease and grime on your fingers' Anthony Gardner, "Mail on Sunday"
It's autumn 1933, and for once struggling writer James Ross seems to have fallen on his feet. Not only has the Labour Exchange fixed him up with a day-job collecting rents in Soho, but friendly Mr Samuelson is employing him front-of-house in the Toreador night-club.
|Constable & Robinson|