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Return to the worlds of The Craftsman and Lacey Flint in this first short-story collection from Sharon Bolton, international award-winning author of The Split. This collection is available exclusively in audio and features eight short stories, each with a new introduction written and read by the author.

From the world of The Craftsman:

  • 'The Night Train' read by Peter Kenny.
  • 'Alive!' read by Nathalie Buscombe.
  • 'All Souls' Eve' read by Nathalie Buscombe.
     

From the world of Lacey Flint:

  • 'Mugwort and Moonbeams' read by Julia Barrie.
  • 'Lacey's Wedding' read by Lisa Coleman.
     

From the world of Dead Woman Walking:

  • 'Time Travel, Flight and Invisibility' read by Julia Barrie.
     

In a world of its own:

  • 'Mr and Mrs Jansen and the Mermaid' read by Julia Barrie.
     

And from the world of The Split:

  • 'The Snow Bride' read by Julia Barrie.
©2020 Sharon Bolton (P)2020 Orion Publishing Group

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  • Roisin Shanahan
  • 27-11-2020

Short stories set around previous books

stories based around the Lacey Flint series. Did she say yes to that proposal of marriage? Listen and find out. Tessa, a character from the last Lacey book tries a bit of matchmaking. The island of South Georgia from The Split pops up. The Craftsman inspired 3 stories. All in all a good collection

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  • 11-12-2020

Great short stories

Loved revisiting the worlds of the novels in these stories, but they can stand alone.

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