Out of Such Darkness, by Robert Ronsson

Published February 18th, 2015

£4.99 (e-book)
£9.00 (print)

9780993010637 (e-book)
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Robert Ronsson

Cameron Mortimer follows fellow-writer Christopher Isherwood to 1930s Berlin. In a separate narrative, Jay Halprin, an Englishman working in Manhattan, survives 9/11. When Jay’s second-chance life collides with the repercussions of Cameron’s travels, the outcome, though always inevitable, is both surprising and shocking.

Fans of the 1972 film Cabaret will find references to it in both threads of this intriguingly constructed novel and will relate to its themes of guilt and destiny.

Robert Ronsson

Robert Ronsson lives in the Severn Valley with his wife Valerie. Robert retired early from a career in financial services to start writing full-time. His first novel, No Mean Affair, was published in 2012. Robert is a film enthusiast and he and Valerie …

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