Out of the Blue
Posted on 20th Jul, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Enjoying enormous success at the outset of his career - bagging three Crime Writers’ Association’s Gold Daggers, a total only ever matched by Ruth Rendell - Lionel Davidson's writing ultimately fell into almost total obscurity by the late seventies. Sudden interest however in Kolymsky Heights last year has sparked a long-overdue Davidson revival. To celebrate the re-release of Davidson's debut, The Night of Wenceslas, author William Ryan has written an introduction to the ‘stylish, ingenious [book]’ (The New York Times)
Lionel Davidson: a revival
Posted on 16th Feb, 2016 by Alex Russell
Alex Russell from Faber & Faber explains how Lionel Davidson's novels, which were immensely popular on the 1960's, have become so popular once again.
Thriller of The Month: The Rose of Tibet
Posted on 1st Feb, 2016 by Sally Campbell
This brilliant literary thriller by Lionel Davidson, the author Kolymsky Heights, set during 1950s, will please literature-lovers and thriller-readers alike
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