Red Stilettos

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Accent Press, 2004 - Fiction - 256 pages
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This sensational collection of quality short stories is perfect for the mainstream fiction market. The writing style is deft and stylish but accessible on many levels making it attractive to those buying for book groups and readers who enjoy quality short fiction.

Ruth Joseph lives in Cardiff, Wales where she is part of the strong Jewish community. She has a strong, evovative voice which speaks directly to the reader about guilt, love and food. Her work has previously been published by Honno, Parthian and Loki.

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Sensitively-written, Ruth Joseph touches on some serious contemporary issues in her delightful short stories. An emerging talent worth watching. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Ruth Joseph worked as a freelance journalist for IPC magazines and has just completed an M.Phil in Creative Writing at Glamorgan University. She is a Rhys Davies Competition and Cadenza prize-winner and has been published by Honno, Loki, New Welsh review and Cambrensis. Her prize-winning story, Patchwork is featured in 'Ghosts Of The Old Year' published by Parthian, 2003 (ISBN 1902638271). Her first solo collection of short stories, 'Red Stilettos' was published by Accent Press Ltd in Sept 2004. (ISBN 0954489977)Ruth lives in Cardiff, Wales.

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