The Lying Tongue by Andrew Wilson
Reviewed by Michael Collins
Washington Post Book World
"'Wherever I went I saw a question mark at the heart of the city.' This evocative opening line, which begins Andrew Wilson's The Lying Tongue, provides a telling metaphor for an extraordinary work of imaginative genius, meshing Dickens's gothic atmosphere with Hitchcock's suspenseful creepiness...." Read the entire Washington Post Book World review.