From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Tigers in Red Weather, a gorgeous novel of the 1920s on the French Riviera, and an enthralling marriage
Liza Klaussmann was born in New York but lives in London. She is the author of the Sunday Times bestselling novel Tigers in Red Weather.
Klaussmann writes beautifully ... [A] gorgeous, melancholy novel. Sunday Express Immersive ... a memorably tense, seductive fiction from many perspectives -- Patricia Nicol Sunday Times Glitteringly alive. Independent A brilliant novel about love in all its forms ... A deeply moving portrait of a marriage and of a world. Irish Times A stylish and unputdownable book. Sunday Express [Klaussmann] entwines her fact and fiction with a smooth, near seemless stitch, and the end result makes for exhilarating and moving reading. Observer Memorably tense, seductive fiction ... Impressively done. Sunday Times An equally tragic and compelling tale ... The moments of painfully recollected radiance provide confirmation that something precious has been at stake in the tragedy. Guardian Another sensitive fictional portrait of a complicated marriage from the author of Tigers in Red Weather ... Beautifully written. Kirkus In Liza Klaussmann's skilled and sensitive new novel, Villa America, the Murphys' famous sociability becomes intriguingly fraught, the expression of a loving, complicated marriage whose intricacies she investigates with the same emotional acumen displayed in her 2012 debut novel, Tigers in Red Weather ... [An] empathetic, beautifully written novel. Washington Post A sumptuous read. Irish Examiner One to read slowly, on a beach in the South of France with sherry in hand. Press and Journal