The Japanese Girl

Winston Graham

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07 November 2013
240 pages

A chance meeting with a Japanese girl on a Brighton train . . . A night spent on the Bernina Pass trapped by snow . . . A terrifying experience during a childhood convalescence . . .

These are a few of the real life incidents which inspired some of Winston Graham’s stories in The Japanese Girl. Lovers of the Poldark saga will find two evocative Cornish tales amongst his stories of crime, the supernatural, the present and the past.

Real versatility in setting and background.

Sunday Times

Stories by a master craftsman.

Daily Telegraph