first person narrator

by Sebastian Faulks

Despite having the dubious distinction of winning the Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction Award in 1998 for his novel Charlotte Gray, Sebastian Faulks remains one of Britain’s most popular writers, having built a reputation as a purveyor of serious, meticulously researched historical fiction. His genius stems partly from his ability to successfully straddle gender lines, appealing to men and women alike with visceral evocations of both war and romance, particularly in his bestselling 2003 novel Birdsong. Read more…

by Michael Winter

With this, his third novel, Michael Winter resurrects his fictional alter ego Gabriel English, this time allowing Gabriel to wander farther afield from his (and Winter’s) native Newfoundland to Toronto, Montreal, and back again in a plot that is part road story, part mystery, and part revenge saga. Read more…