A singular voice exploring the secret lives of the affluent

A singular voice exploring  the secret lives of the affluent
Joseph O’Neill: a unique and compelling vision of the modern world

Joseph O’Neill is a gifted observer of self-delusion, and many of the stories in Good Trouble hinge on the elaborate ways in which his privileged protagonists explain their privilege to themselves

FICTION: Good Trouble, By Joseph O’Neill, Fourth Estate, €16.45

Joseph O’Neill is well known to fiction fans as the author of the acclaimed Netherland (2008). In that novel, a Dutch lawyer named Hans van den Broek moves to Manhattan with his wife and child, and finds himself swept up in the dreamy ambitions of Chuck Ramkissoon, a Trinidadian immigrant who plans to turn cricket into the next big American sport franchise.

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