Salisbury Square

A modern parable on the disconnection between the haves and have nots. Jerzy, escaping from Poland and Suzie, a homeless addict need each other to survive London's unforgiving streets and navigate a path to redemption. Set about now, during one sultry summer week this book contains elements of revenge, love, the clash of classes and cultures, and the isolation of large cities. More
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About Geoff Le Pard

I have been writing creatively since 2006 when at a summer school with my family I wrote a short radio play. That led to a novel, some more courses, more novels, each better than the last until I took an MA, realised you needed to edit, edit and then edit some more; the result is my first published book in 2014. I now have 4 books and 2 anthologies of short fiction. I once was a lawyer; I am now a writer. When I'm not writing and thinking about writing, I'm blogging (which is a sort of writing); I cook, I walk, I read (but not enough) and I walk some more. The dog approves of my career choices. More novels are in the pipeline so watch out.

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