“[With] prose superior to film in capturing brief, confusing, life-or-death situations. This meticulously researched history moves along with the pace of a novel, recreating a world where the tragedy would go unreported for hours because newspapers and even TV news shut down for the festive period.”
“[The Headscarf] Revolutionaries seemed to be the hot fuse of Hull's City of Culture year with its Ibsen-esque heroines inspiring street paintings, stage plays and TV documentaries. The Luckiest Thirteen takes us back even earlier to Christmas 1966 and the story of St Finbarr…”
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