Books by Suzanne Joinson

THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S WIFE by Suzanne Joinson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 2, 2016

"Atmospheric, romantic, yet refreshingly acerbic—Joinson's timely portrayal of the difficult relationships between different cultures is rivaled by her heartbreaking delineation of the fragile relationships between individuals."
In Joinson's second exploration of British misadventures abroad (A Lady Cyclist's Guide to Kashgar, 2012), a lonely 11-year-old in 1920 Jerusalem witnesses and inadvertently participates in adult intrigues, both political and personal, which haunt her later life as a troubled artist. Read full book review >
A LADY CYCLIST'S GUIDE TO KASHGAR by Suzanne Joinson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2012

"As often happens in novels that travel between past and present, the past sparkles while the present pales."
British first-time novelist Joinson intersperses a missionary's adventures along the war-torn Silk Road to China in 1923 with a young woman's more mundane travails in modern-day London. Read full book review >