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Suzanne Joinson


Suzanne Joinson

Suzanne Joinson is an award-winning writer of fiction and nonfiction whose work has appeared in, among other places, the New York Times, Vogue UK, Aeon, Lonely Planet collections of travel writing and the Independent on Sunday. Her first novel, A LADY CYCLIST'S GUIDE TO KASHGAR (2012), was translated into 16 languages and was a national bestseller. She lives in Sussex.

Suzanne Joinson

Books by Suzanne Joinson

by Suzanne Joinson - Fiction, Historical Fiction

It is 1937. Prue, an artist living a reclusive life by the sea, is visited by William Harrington, a British pilot she knew as a child in Jerusalem. Prue remembers an attraction between Harrington and Eleanora, the wife of a famous Jerusalem photographer, and the troubles that arose when Harrington learned Eleanora's husband was part of an underground group intent on removing the British. During his visit, Harrington reveals the truth behind what happened all those years ago, a truth that unravels Prue's world. Now she must follow the threads that lead her back to secrets long-ago buried in Jerusalem.

by Suzanne Joinson - Fiction

When Freida learns she has inherited the contents of an apartment belonging to a dead woman she has never heard of, she must embark on an unexpected journey.