Also set in modern-day London, Bowl of Fruit (1907) tells the story of a man with a fantastical talent, and of his epic, twenty-four hour journey with a beautiful ghost-writer who knows more about his past than he does. Calling it "a magically original story" and "an incredible read", IndieReader named Bowl of Fruit (1907) one of its "Best Indie Books of 2015".

“Relieved, complicated, and strengthened by its trenchant observations of horrible people, along with black humor...” (Kirkus Reviews), POLK, HARPER & WHO is another contemporary story of complicated friendships and family relationships, and ultimately of the triumph of imperfect London love within imperfect London lives.

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