London 1969. While men are walking on the moon, a series of dramatic events threaten to have lasting repercussions for Jane and the people she loves... In another starred review, naming it one of their "Indie Best Books of the Month" for June 2018, and then one of their "Best Books of 2018", Kirkus Reviews have acclaimed The Madness of Grief as a "richly complicated, and deeply engaging coming-of-age tale." Lightened by a touch of Panayotis' familiar dark humour, "the story moves rapidly, contains a genuine mystery, and is thoroughly entertaining." Casey Dorman - Lost Coast Review

Psychological, magical, mad, Panayotis' fifth book is another London story of a journey on a long winding road and beyond. Describing the writing as "intentionally disorienting and unnervingly addictive", Kirkus Reviews judged Finger of an Angel an "exceptional novel". It was also a Finalist in the 2019 Independent Author Network Book of the Year Awards.
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