A LADY CYCLIST’S GUIDE TO KASHGAR is out now!
It is a story about English missionaries and cycling in deserts in 1923. It is also about being lost in present-day London. The New York Times said: 'its prose as lucid and deep as a mountain lake...' and the Observer said: 'radiates a brave and terrible loneliness...'
Available in 14 languages. Bloomsbury is selling translation rights and The Sayle Literary Agency is selling film rights.