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The Perfect Golden Circle deserves top ranking in any list of the best books about rural England.” 

The Times


Sebastian Barry on

The Gallows Pole

"Myers is quite simply an excellent and already accomplished writer. His prose is taut, confident, professionally polished but at the same time maintaining a sense of rustic and unrefined authenticity, that which is truly hewn."

Sarah Hall on Beastings

“His prose is beautifully controlled and so graphic it's impossible not to picture the scenes he conjures up in striking detail. There is no hiding from the darkness because the writing is so damned good.”

Val McDermid on Turning Blue

“A windswept, brutal tale of eighteenth-century Yorkshire told in starkly beautiful prose.”

The Guardian

“What a radical thing, these days, to have written a book so full of warmth and kindness. Gorgeous.” 

Max Porter on The Offing

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