Liza Klaussmann was born in New York but lives in London. Already sold in more than a dozen languages, Tigers in Red Weather is her first novel.
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Liza Klaussmann has won Books Are My Bag New Writer of the Year for her debut novel Tigers in Red Weather
Tigers characters drink, relax, escape, and then it goes wrong
Imagine the feel of the sun on your skin, the smell of the trees on the air . . .
Enter the world of the Derringers and feel the heat of summer and the salt of the sea.
We're all incredibly excited about the publication of Liza Klaussmann's Tigers in Red Weather here at Picador, none more so than her editor Kate Harvey. Here's what she has to say about this exhilarating debut.
The earliest readers of Tigers in Red Weather give their opinions on Liza Klaussmann's debut.
Read an exclusive extract from Tigers in Red Weather, by Liza Klausmann
The martini that arrived reminded Nick of the sea and their house on the island: clean, briny and utterly familiar. . .
Liza has compiled four playlists to accompany her book. They're wonderfully evocative of a time and a place, as well as of the individual characters. Why not listen as you read? Just click on the title of each playlist to open the playlists in Spotify.
Liza Klaussmann borrowed her title from a poem by Wallace Stevens. Here's the passage from the novel which features the poem.
An illustrated glance at the world of glamour, drink and darkness.
Everyone in Tigers in Red Weather likes a drink so we mixed two Tigers cocktails of our own. Happy cocktail hour!
Find out what happened when the manuscript for Tigers in Red Weather, the debut novel from New York Times journalist Liza Klaussmann, landed on Editorial Director Kate Harvey's desk.
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RT @paulkrugman: And the fact that they're terrified should have us terrified. These are people with authoritarian instincts, no respect fo…
by @LizaKlauss - 2 days ago
RT @NewYorker: Fifty years ago today, Otis Redding died in a plane crash. Though he was only twenty-six years old at the time of his death,…
@silvanhistorian Really good, thanks. X
by @LizaKlauss - 3 days ago
@silvanhistorian No apologies! You deserve to toot your horn. Big congratulations. X
This story, this story, this story. So freakin’ good. https://t.co/5iA38Pd5Gz
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