The Pursuit of William Abbey

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About the Author
Claire North is a pseudonym for Catherine Webb, who wrote several novels in various genres before publishing her first major work as Claire North, The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August. It was a critically acclaimed success, receiving rave reviews and an Audie nomination, and was included in the Washington Post's Best Books of the Year list. Her more recent novel, The Sudden Appearance of Hope, won the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel in 2017. Catherine currently works as a theatre lighting designer and is a fan of big cities, urban magic, Thai food and graffiti-spotting. She lives in London.
"North has established a reputation for tense, dense, science fiction/fantasy-inflected thrillers that defy facile explanations... Well-paced, brilliant and balanced."--New York Times on The Sudden Appearance of Hope
"Wholly original and hauntingly beautiful. North is a writer to watch."--Kirkus on The End of the Day
"North is an exciting voice in contemporary fantasy."--San Francisco Chronicle on The End of the Day
"North is an original and even dazzling writer."--Kirkus on 84K
"Evocative, thought-provoking... I'll read anything she writes."--Omnivoracious on 84K
"Another captivating novel from one of the most intriguing and genre-bending novelists currently working in the intersection between thriller and science fiction."--Booklist (starred review) on 84K
"Claire North is one hell of a writer."--C. L. Taylor, author of The Accident on Touch
"Claire North's writing is terrific, smart, and entertaining."--Patrick Ness on The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August
"True love, life, and death, what's worth dying-or killing-for: It's all here in this gripping, bloody, and haunting novel."--Kirkus on The Pursuit of William Abbey
"In rich, compelling prose, North weaves together the threads of imperial control, ideological conviction, love and the thrill of power. Readers will remain eager to the end for answers."--Shelf Awareness on The Pursuit of William Abbey