Barbara Anderson's first book of stories, I THINK WE SHOULD GO INTO THE JUNGLE, was described by Michael Hulse in the GUARDIAN as 'the sharpest collection in English since Raymond Carver's CATHEDRAL'. Now, ten years later and with five superlative novels to her name, Barbara Anderson has produced a second collection of stories to equal her first. They show, yet again, her uncanny ear, her unflinching eye, her humour and her compassion.
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