In No Angel, we met the Lytton family. Oliver, the head of Lyttons, a young and eager publishing company; his clever, strong-willed wife Celia whose combination of toughness and frailty is intensely endearing - her leading role in Lyttons is unusual but vital; Oliver's sister LM, a match for Celia in strength but with her own vulnerabilities; and Oliver and Celia's children: Giles, the twins and Barty, the child Celia took from the slums. Now, having survived the Great War, the family moves further into the new century, living, working and loving as best they can. Their story is incredibly powerful and utterly engrossing.
- Audio cassette
- 105 x 138 x 34mm | 233g
- 08 Nov 2001
- Orion Publishing Co
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- London, United Kingdom
About Penny Vincenzi
Penny Vincenzi began her career as a junior secretary for Vogue and Tatler. She later worked as Fashion and Beauty Editor on magazines such as Women's Own, before becoming a contributing editor for Cosmopolitan. She has written nine previous novels. She is married with four daughters. Patricia Hodge: Patricia Hodge trained at LAMDA, winning the Eveline Evans Award. Theatre work ranges from Benefactors, Summerfolk, and Noises Off, to As You Like It, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and His Dark Materials. Television work includes Rumpole of the Bailey and The Life and Loves of a She Devil. Film appearances include Betrayal, co-starring with Jeremy Irons and Ben Kingsley.