Balfour's double theme works beautifully and he remembers his last conversations with his dying father, 'as they had always been, coded, cautious, and full of silences... like the bidding in bridge. * Observer * Instructive, entertaining (very) and at times quite poignant. * The Times * Once again I approach a Sandy Balfour book in almost total ignorance of the subject matter and once again I am drawn in, beguiled, intrigued. * Daily Mail *
Part memoir, part history, part entertainment, Vulnerable in Hearts is a meditation on how we communicate; why we play games; and the ways in which we love.