Sue Gee writes subtly and deftly, observing with a wry and sympathetic eye ... This is a hugely enjoyable and rewarding read. The Independent About The Mysteries of Glass: one of the most moving and beautifully written stories that I can remember. -- Readers Books of the Year Guardian About Reading in Bed: as seductively readable as its title suggests ... draws the reader in with its skilful portrayal of real-life situations The Times A beautifully observed tale, written with boundless compassion and humour. Woman and Home magazine Written with the delicate fluency of a storyteller utterly at ease with her craft. Times Literary Supplement Profound and lyrical, it's full of light and darkness and the most marvellous description. -- Shena Mackay Observer
About the Author
Sue Gee is an acclaimed and established novelist. Reading in Bed, (2007) was a Daily Mail Book Club selection; The Mysteries of Glass (2005) was long listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction. She ran the MA Creative Writing Programme at Middlesex University from 2000-2008 and currently teaches at the Faber Academy. Sue Gee has also published many short stories, some of which, like her play, Ancient & Modern (2004) have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4. She lives in London and Herefordshire.