In this short, wickedly funny and highly original novel, damnation, mayhem, and mysterious laughter abound from the moment Lydia, a flamboyant journalist, arrives at her Welsh country cottage to get over a broken love affair.
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Review: Unexplained LaughterUser Review - Hilary Tesh - Goodreads
My first encounter with Alice Thomas Ellis and I loved it. Lydia's caustic observations of her Welsh neighbours run alongside those of the feral Angharad who watches and listens secretly. Lydia voices ... Read full review
Review: Unexplained LaughterUser Review - Lynne - Goodreads
Even though this was written in the 1980s, and there are some cultural references (Princess of Wales etc) this is very similar in some ways to Stella Gibbons' far superior (and funnier) Cold Comfort ... Read full review