A Voyage Into Ireland’s Dark Heart
Clair Wills’s latest book, Missing Persons or My Grandmother’s Secrets, was recently reviewed by John Banville in the Guardian.
“Missing Persons must have been a very difficult book to write, for certainly it is difficult to read. This is not due to any defects of style or execution – it is an expertly crafted work, at once vigorous and subtle, which manages its effects and conserves its revelations with all the skill of a master novelist. The difficulty for the reader is in struggling to absorb the pain and pity of the story, or stories, which it relates.”
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