The Guardian’s Best Books of 2015

Each year The Guardian asks British authors and critics to select the best books of the year. Historian and biographer Lucy Hughes-Hallett was kind enough to add A REUNION OF GHOSTS to the 2015 list. Of it, she says:

Judith Claire Mitchell’s A Reunion of Ghosts has dark subject matter – suicide, the gas chambers – but the verve of the three eccentric New York heroines, cracking jokes into the jaws of death, give it an irresistible comic charge.

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