A good read . . . It's in Edgar Dime, an amusing and convincing artist of Kindersley's imagination, that true brilliance lies - Kate Figes, IndependentAn absorbing read because of the sheer quality of her writing, which is rhythmical, precise and brimming with witty, arresting observations, especially on Modern Art. Recommended - Mail on SundayDeftly drawn and very beautiful - Belgravia
About Tania Kindersley
Tania Kindersley was born and grew up in the Lambourn Valley near Newbury, the daughter of the Queen Mother's racehorse trainer and a member of the Guinness family. She wrote her first novel while at Oxford and followed it up with a second frothy social satire shortly after failing to get into drama school. She changed direction with her fourth book, Goodby, Johnny Thunders. Tania Kindersley lives in Scotland and is a freelance journalist.
Elvis has Left the Building by Tania Kindersley
Used - Very Good
Hodder & Stoughton
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