Sunday, 20 March 2011

It's not all about My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding!

Language of Thieves tells of a more traditional traveller's way of life in the 1950's. The story is set in the stunning backdrop of Appleby, Westmorland and the North Yorkshire Dales. A clash of cultures coinciding with racial hatred results in family division, murder and love.

1 comment:

  1. This novel has a strong storyline about true love, which kept me enthralled until the end! Elizabeth Jackson's intimate knowledge of the 'traveller community' plus that of Thirsk and its surrounding area made it compulsive reading for me. I congratulate her unreservedly on a most enjoyable first novel and look forward to the next one! Best wishes Janet