Books by Alan Wall

CHINA by Alan Wall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 14, 2004

"Witty, convincing, and quite moving: a touching portrait of private grief and redemption."
An old man reckons up the fortunes of his life, written with touching English restraint. Read full book review >
THE LIGHTNING CAGE by Alan Wall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2003

"Erudite and graceful, but this one somehow loses its point halfway through, running on and on to no apparent end."
From Welsh novelist Wall (The School of Night, 2002, etc.), an odd, meandering account of a wayward seminarian's attempts to uncover the mysteries surrounding a mad 18th-century poet,. Read full book review >
THE SCHOOL OF NIGHT by Alan Wall
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 19, 2002

"Thoughtful and interesting, if something less than a complete success. One hopes that more of this English-born Welsh author's fiction will eventually arrive Over Here."
An independent scholar has an obsessive interest in the mysteries of Shakespeare's identity, and the eponymous Elizabethan society somehow related to him. Read full book review >
BLESS THE THIEF by Alan Wall
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 1, 1998

"Profundities—real ones'survive felicitously and well inside an often sordid tale of mystery and high squalor."
English Wall debuts with an ambitiously twisty intellectual adventure especially good for those smitten by—and maybe versed in—the traditions of decadence in art and poetry rooted in the end of the last century. Read full book review >