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. There are seagulls and maps and an exploration of the fault lines that appear when the traditions from different parts of an increasingly globalised world crash into each other.
It will be available in the UK, US, Australia, Germany, Netherlands, Serbia, Brazil and Spain, Italy, Denmark and France. Bloomsbury is selling translation rights and The Sayle Literary Agency is selling film rights.