March 2018 sees the paperback publication of Larchfield.
Larchfield was a 2017 Book of the Year in the Herald and the Irish Times, and also chosen by John Boyne as a top ten best novel of 2017.
Described by Richard Ford as ‘that rare first novel that utterly achieves its great ambition’, it was also praised by Margaret Atwood as ‘Gripping’; by Alexander McCall Smith as ‘Magnificent’ and by Louis de Bernieres as ‘Captivating’.
One of the most talked about debuts of 2017, Larchfield was featured in a BBC 2 documentary about WH Auden, by the director Adam Low, and was also discussed on Radio 4’s Open Book with Mariella Frostrup. Its portrayal of post natal breakdown was the subject of a Guardian family feature.