Thursday June 4, 2020

A daring and disquieting collection from Elske Rahill

A collection of scalpel-sharp stories from Dublin-born Rahill

10th December, 2017
Elske Rahill: her stories are brave, bold and deeply unsettling

Anyone looking for warm-hearted, feelgood fare for the festive season can stop reading now: this book is not for you. There’s an old adage that if we ever truly knew what was going on the heart of another human, we’d run a mile.

This collection of scalpel-sharp stories from Dublin-born Elske Rahill probes deep into the hidden chambers of our hearts, unveiling the base humanity that beats beneath our skin, with...

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