Returning to the Beresford Todd family, where we first met Ursula in Life After Life, this is her beloved younger brother Teddy’s tale.
Author’s webpage: A God In Ruins – Kate Atkinson
Review: A God in Ruins by Kate Atkinson review – her finest work, Stephanie Merritt, The Observer 10 May 2015
The many lives of Ursula Beresford Todd, born 11 February 1910, died various.
Author’s page: Life After Life – Kate Atkinson
A re-read, which is quite rare for me. I’m glad Kate Atkinson moved fully into the crime genre. You can see hints of it here, as we are shown key events in the lives of four generations of Yorkshire women – Alice, Nell, Bunty and narrator Ruby.
Publisher page: Behind the Scenes at the Museum – Kate Atkinson
Jackson Brodie’s latest adventures take him on a tour of Yorkshire as he tries to track down the birth parents of a New Zealand-based client adopted 30 years previously. Excellent, as always.
And look, BBC One are filming it in 2013 as a new set of Case Histories. Victoria Wood will be perfect as Tilly…
Publisher page: Started Early, Took My Dog – Kate Atkinson
Interconnected short stories, riffing off Ovid’s Metamorphoses, and Joss Wheadon’s Buffy the vampire slayer.
Amazon.co.uk link: Not The End Of The World – Kate Atkinson