Review: April Bernard on Hilary Mantel
In this small book—but no book by Hilary Mantel can be said to be small, so:
In this new collection of seven brief, yet very deep, stories, the author revisits scenes and tales from her haunted childhood. It is a wondrous book, funny and moving, even better in many ways than her earlier autobiographical work, Giving Up the Ghost (2003).
Before she became,…