Marko has come to the ends of the earth to escape a once illustrious past in Bulgaria. So why does a Polish bookstore owner call him a traitor? And who covertly photographed him for the newspaper?
Someone knows who he is. They are trying to expose him in his new country, and there is nothing he can do to prevent it.
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‘This novel does that wonderful thing – it makes me care. I cared about what happened to these people. I loved their inventive and imaginative actions, and the music that binds them together … There’s a rich and embracing tenderness for the characters and their story.’
‘Jansen’s characters are haunted by the ghosts of their past, throwing shadows on the tenuous footholds of their new lives.’
– Tracey Barnett | Author of The Quiet War on Asylum
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Unity Books Interview (October 2018)
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Weekend Herald Review (October 2018)
Nine to Noon Radio Interview (September 2018)
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