The Singers Tale – a book. Carol Grimes. Photo Kasia Hrybowicz

Carol Grimes The Singers Tale Creativity & Ageing

Some loverly reviews. CG xx

“……you write incredibly well ~ most descriptive and a sense of soot and Old London. The last book I read before yours was “The Black Book” (which is set in South London, for the most part) by Lawrence Durrell~ and you work easily stands with his…”

..”reading your wonderful book on yet another night…more tonight”

M. Kemp

“From depots all over the city came battalions of red buses, trolleys and trams, swaying and clanking, moving like crimson blood through the veins of London. Transporting the workers to banks, brothels, breweries, bathhouses, shops, offices, churches, cinemas and synagogues. And to theatres, fire stations, schools and concert halls. Up to the cemeteries and hospitals, law courts, police stations, prisons and the Houses of Parliament”

5.0 out of 5 stars

Michael & Sooty xx

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