Robert McCrum (review date 8 December 1996)
SOURCE: "McCrum on Susan Hill," in Observer Review, December 8, 1996, p. 15.
[In the review below, McCrum offers praise for Listening to the Orchestra, which he observes "is a reminder of the virtues of the traditional English story."]
Susan Hill is, of course, an established English writer who first caught the attention of the reading public in the early Seventies, with her stories and novels I'm the King of the Castle (1970), Strange Meeting (1971), Bird of Night (1972),...
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