Letters From Prague

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Harriet Pickering is on a quest in search of her love. For a few brief weeks in the summer of 1968 she and Karel, a Czech student, were inseparable. But their happiness was snatched away when the Russian tanks crossed the border. Now, over twenty years later, Harriet and her ten-year-old daughter travel by train across a very different Europe.

Brussels and Berlin bring turmoil public and private, but it is in Prague that Harriet face an inner journey yet to begin.

‘Sue Gee’s themes are families, friendships and human folly . . . the emotional journey is compelling . . . a lesson about life’ The Times

About Sue Gee

Sue Gee is an acclaimed and established novelist. Reading in Bed (2007) was a Daily Mail Book Club selection; The Mysteries of Glass (2005) was long listed for the Orange Prize for Fiction. She ran the MBA Creative Writing Programme at Middlesex University from 2000-2008 and currently teaches at the Faber Academy. Sue Gee has also published many short stories, some of which have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and her most recent publication is a collection of stories, Last Fling (Salt 2011). She lives in London and Herefordshire.

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