Pip Granger's Fiction

Pip Granger’s fiction is set in Soho in the decades after World War II. The series is not chronological, but moves backwards and forwards in time. All of the novels stand alone, but many characters recur, taking a larger or smaller part in the action. A minor character introduced in one book may be a narrator in another, and vice versa.

Pip’s novels are published by Bantam (hardback) and Corgi (paperback) in the UK, and by Poisoned Pen Press (hardback) in the USA.

Not All Tarts Are Apple The Widow Ginger Trouble in Paradise No Peace for the Wicked

Not All Tarts
Are Apple

The Widow
Ginger
Trouble in
Paradise
No Peace for
the Wicked

Non-fiction

Pip is also the author of two works of non-fiction. The best-seller, Alone, published in 2007, is the story of her difficult childhood, and how she not only survived it, but triumphed over it, while Up West (published August 2009) uses her memories, and those of others specially interviewed for the book, to evoke the community of ordinary men and women who lived, worked and played in the West End of London in the 20 years after World War II.

Alone Up West
Alone Up West





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