Tim Glencross - Days of the Dead - Hodder & Stoughton

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    • ISBN:9781444797596
    • Publication date:23 Mar 2017
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Days of the Dead

By Tim Glencross

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An amoral thriller, that's also a commentary on the London - and the world - we live in now, from the award-winning author of Barbarians
Biographical Notes

Tim Glencross is the author of Barbarians, a novel.

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  • ISBN: 9781444797626
  • Publication date: 17 May 2018
  • Page count: 256
  • Imprint: John Murray
An intricately plotted novel of international intrigue that reads like a wickedly inspired collaboration by the young Evelyn Waugh, Patricia Highsmith, and Martin Amis. His prose glitters like a dagger, propelling us through a maze of deceptions and unexpected revelations — Joyce Carol Oates
Cynical, dry, and sharp as a skewer. A wicked, twisty read — Mick Herron
Hoffer is both excellent and original, and captures the morally dubious world of the international rich with panache, humour and some beautiful prose — Oliver Harris
Glencross is blisteringly gifted - funny and brilliant - and tells a great, gripping story about the beautiful monsters of the London super-elite — David Lipsky, author of Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip with David Foster Wallace
Perfectly constructed and elegantly written, this is a superior thriller — NetGalley March Books of the Month
Hoffer, born in Ohio but repurposed as a raffish, art-fancying scrounger, is by Graham Greene out of Patricia Highsmith . . . the novel packs a considerable punch — Irish Times
Impeccably plotted — Daily Telegraph
A likeable capriccio, stuffed with epigrams, the plot Wodehousian — Sunday Telegraph
Wonderfully entertaining — Mail on Sunday, Thriller of the Week
Detailed insights into the lifestyles of London's excessively rich . . . meticulous portrayal of Hoffer's circle, its convoluted codes and catty manners — TLS