With A City of Strangers, award-winning novelist Robert Barnard, acclaimed for his quick wit and astute insight into the vagaries of class distinction and human foible, achieves a new level of mastery. He also creates one of his most memorable characters ever: the dreadful Jack Phelan. Dirty, potbellied, vulgar, selfish, Jack is a man everyone loves to hate. And the rest of his family isn't much better. The wife is slatternly, the teenaged children flirt with petty crime and prostitution, even the baby is unpleasant. Only ...

A City of Strangers 2012, Macmillan Bello, London

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A City of Strangers 1996, Chivers Audio Books

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A City of Strangers 1991, Dell Publishing Company

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A City of Strangers 1991, Corgi, London

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A City of Strangers 1990, Scribner Book Company, New York, NY

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City of Strangers 1990, Corgi, London

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