• The Pregnant Widow

  • ‘A phenomenal writer’ Sunday Times

    An intoxicating comedy about youth, the 1970s, the sexual revolution and its aftermath.

    Summer, 1970. Sex is very much on everyone's mind.

    Keith Nearing - a bookish twenty-year-old, in that much disputed territory between five foot six and five foot seven - is on holiday and struggling to twist the seventies’s emerging feminism towards his own ends. Torn between three women, his scheming doesn't come off quite as he expects.

    'Read it: it is hilarious, often wonderfully perceptive, uncompromisingly ambitious and written by a great master of the English language' Financial Times

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