December 7, 2017 (Toronto) – Bond Street Books is thrilled and proud to announce the publication of a magnificent new novel by the bestselling and award-winning Kate Atkinson. Transcription, a bravura novel of extraordinary power and substance, will be published in hardcover in September 2018.
Juliet Armstrong is recruited as a young woman by an obscure wartime department of the secret service. In the aftermath of war she joins the BBC, where her life begins to unravel, and she finally has to come to terms with the consequences of idealism. Says Kristin Cochrane, President & Publisher of Penguin Random House Canada, “Kate Atkinson is one of the most exuberant, inspired writers at work today. Beyond her masterful range and her fierce imagination, to read her genre-defying stories is simply an all-encompassing pleasure. Transcription is a magnetic work of fiction that we are thrilled to be bringing to Canadian readers next fall.”
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