'Sympathetic, touching, infinitely believable' (D.J. Taylor, Literary Review on THE SOLDIER'S RETURN)
'Utterly credible, utterly compellling, and very enjoyable' (Allan Massie, Scotsman on THE SOLDIER'S RETURN)
'The series is so good that the eventual run of novels is destined to become a genuine turn-of-the-century landmark.' (James Naughtie, Books of the Year, Sunday Herald on A SON OF WAR)
'A novel of remarkable power and grace...his authenticity is astounding' (Roy Hattersley, The Times on A SON OF WAR)
'Deeply humane and acutely truthful' (Peter Kemp, Sunday Times on A SON OF WAR)
'I was bowled over by it ... an enormously important piece of literature about post-war Britain.' (A.C. Grayling, Guardian on CROSSING THE LINES)
'Richly detailed and extraordinarily poignant' (David Robson, Sunday Telegraph on CROSSING THE LINES)
A heart-wrenching tale, told by a master. Read by Gareth Armstrong.