Wednesday August 5, 2020

Tennis Lessons: Dark but daring debut gives it its best shot

Susannah Dickey’s melancholy first novel follows the coming of age of one woman in all its day-to-day and sometimes uncomfortably intimate details

26th July, 2020
Susannah Dickey examines the close minutiae of one woman’s life in her debut novel Tennis Lessons

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Tennis Lessons

By Susannah Dickey

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