Posted on 24th May 2012

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When Nights Were Cold

From the pen of Susanna Jones comes this intriguing novel, When Nights Were Cold, relating the little-known history of the first female mountain climbers through the twists and turns of a psychological thriller.  Think Touching the Void in bloomers, or The Turn of the Screw does the Matterhorn, and you’ll be halfway there. Our narrator is…

Posted on 22nd May 2012

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When Nights Were Cold

‘A delightful adventure full of feisty women, mountaineering, all kinds of escape and Edwardian derring-do, this is narrated by a classic unreliable narrator who looks back on friendships gone catastrophically wrong among the peaks of the Alps. Jones’s fourth novel deserves to put her on the literary map.’ Katy Guest, Literary Editor, Independent on Sunday…