»Chick-noir heroines may struggle to find a happy ending, but they don’t wind up dead, or locked away in a lunatic asylum with quite the distressing frequency of their Victorian forebears.«
From The Woman in White to Lady Audley’s Secret, Victorian novels are full of deceptive and desiring women, Charlotte Jones says. Her article about Chick noir you will find at The Guardian.
»Robinson brings his characters alive by the evocation of their expansive inner worlds, the reaction of each to the events that spiral out from Jawbone Lake.«
An author with a mission: Cathi Unsworth about the latest novel Jawbone Lake by Ray Robinson. Her review at The Guardian.