Books by Kate Pullinger

LANDING GEAR by Kate Pullinger
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 20, 2014

"The outlandish subplots eventually lead to family reconciliation but also make it difficult for readers to suspend their disbelief."
A very contemporary novel, opening in 2010 with the Icelandic volcano that disrupted air traffic in the U.K. for almost a week and ending in the spring of 2015. Read full book review >
THE MISTRESS OF NOTHING by Kate Pullinger
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 4, 2011

"Putting 21st-century political correctness aside, compared to Lady Duff Gordon's courage and complexity, Sally comes off as a self-delusional, whiny adulteress."
British novelist Pullinger (A Little Stranger, 2008, etc.), who collaborated with Jane Campion on the novelization of the film The Piano, reimagines history in her U.S. debut. Read full book review >
WHERE DOES KISSING END? by Kate Pullinger
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"Lots of sex, and why not, in a precisely told charmer that asks, Where does kissing end and the Bloody Mary begin? (Film rights to British Broadcasting Corporation)"
A highly original British vampire tale more erotic than vampiric, by the editor of Border Lines: Stories of Exile & Return (1993, not reviewed). Read full book review >