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  • A delightful mix of both wit and profundity. The combination of rich vocabulary, a decent plot, and Isler's unnerving ability to assume the identity of his characters can't help but result in a novel you'll wish was longer!

    Time Out
  • Alan Isler, as usual, manages to combine almost Wodehousian comedy with painful, unsentimental tragedy

    Sunday Times
  • A superb new comic novel... wildly funny... Like the stories of Malamud and Singer one senses that the true hero of Clerical Errors is the story itself

    Independent on Sunday
  • Terrifically funny. Isler has once again come up with a winning voice for his narrator, by turns witty, bawdy and lugubrious

    Financial Times
  • A rich, rambunctious novel

    The Times

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