Sunday September 27, 2020

Just My Type

Elizabeth Day

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

22nd May, 2016

Tell us the story of your novel . . .

Paradise City opens with Howard Pink, a multimillionaire businessman, who checks into a London hotel room and has a seedy encounter with a chambermaid. The story unfolds from this point, with four interlinked characters – Howard; Beatrice, the chambermaid, who is a refugee from Uganda; Esme, a Sunday newspaper journalist; and Carol, a recent widow struggling to get used to the absence on the other side...

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