Portobello Books, 9781846272790
Publication Date: March 1, 2011
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As Magistrate Laurence Dunne investigates the deaths of 173 people on the steps of a London Tube Station during World War II, he finds the truth to be precarious, even damaging. When he is forced to reflect on his report several decades later, he must consider whether the course he chose was the right one.
About the Author
Jessica Francis Kane is the author of the story collection "Bending Heaven." Her stories have been broadcast on BBC radio and have appeared in a many publications, including "Virginia Quarterly Review," "McSweeney's," the "Missouri Review," and "Michigan Quarterly Review." Her essays and humor pieces have appeared in "McSweeney's Internet Tendency" and The Morning News.org, where she is a contributing writer. She lives in New York with her husband and their two children.
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