They had holes to fill on every page
…and jammed in any vaguely newsworthy string of words provided it didn’t include expletives, which they were apparently saving for their own use around the office.
After years of working as a journalist all over the world, Tom Rachman decided to start writing fiction. His debut novel The Imperfectionist proved very successful, and soon it was included in the New York Times bestseller list. Originally structured and very entertaining, his first book talks about the lives of the reporters and editors of an English-language newspaper in Rome. Continue reading