Underground Fugue by Margot Singer

Underground Fugue

Margot Singer

304 pages first pub 2017 (editions)

fiction contemporary emotional reflective slow-paced


Set against the tube bombings in London in 2005, Underground Fugue interweaves the stories of four people dislocated by shock waves of personal loss, political violence, and, ultimately, betrayal.It's April and Esther has fled New York for London,...

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