|William Boyd. went out with a dull man called Parry-Jones and played nine holes |
at Kidlington. The rain had stopped and I beat Parry-Jones easily, three and two.
He said he thought I could get into the university team. I might even get a ...
|In this extraordinary novel, William Boyd presents the autobiography of John James Todd, whose uncanny and exhilarating life as one of the most unappreciated geniuses of the twentieth century is equal parts Laurence Stern, Charles Dickens, ...|
|This new collection of stories is William Boyd's second, appearing some fourteen years after his first, On the Yankee Station. Once again the stories range widely across the time and space of the twentieth century.|
|From California poolsides to the battlegrounds of Vietnam, here is a world populated by weary souls who turn to fantasy as their sole escape from life's inequities.|