'A sober, thoughtful book that asks how history views the responsibilities of authorities in times of tragedy.' --Metro, ****
'An artful piece of work ... As a documentary novel, The Report gains from the virtues of both forms.' --Times Literary Supplement
`A smart and troubling novel of ideas which explores the power of crowds and collective guilt' --Financial Times
'An astute and subtle meditation on whether a written account of a traumatic event can ever satisfy all its objectives' --Telegraph
'Composed yet rawly emotional ... An East End ravaged by the blitz is powerfully recreated'
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About the Author
JESSICA FRANCIS KANE is author of an acclaimed story collection, Bending Heaven (Chatto, 2002). Her work has appeared in a number of US publications, including McSweeney's, The Missouri Review, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She lives in New York with her husband and two children. www.jessicafranciskane.com