Jackie Buxton

Glass Houses, a novel of contemporary fiction (Urbane Publications, July 2016) is available widely online and in bookshops.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Houses is about unlikely

heroine, 51 year old Tori

Williams, whose life implodes

when she sends a text from the

M62 and allegedly causes the

crash in which three people die.

Public and press are baying for

her blood but Tori is no wall

flower and to save herself, finds

herself saving whole communities.

Meanwhile, Etta saved Tori’s life

so why is her life falling apart?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Very good indeed, fabulously intriguing, understated phrases that layer in the

suspense expertly."Jo Unwin,

Jo Unwin Literary Agency.

Runner Up: Retreat West Novel Comp 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glass Houses...

 “Glass Houses is about as ‘real’ as it gets... a series of human tragedies captured in breathtaking detail.”  Binky Myers, Writer.

"This is the kind of story that fascinates me - how a random event, a sudden change in fortunes, sends lives off in new directions. Very dramatic (in every sense of the word). A story that will stay in the mind for a long time.”  Simon Stirling, Script writer.

more.../ Retreat_Logo Amazon

 

* Shortlisted in the Not The Booker 2016

* Shortlisted and an Honourable Mention in the Retreat West First Chapter Competion 2015, judged by Jo Unwin

* Shortlisted for The Oxford Editors' 2012 First Chapter Competition

* Winner of the Writers’ Billboard First Chapter Competition, July ’08

Waterstones Contact Jackie Launch collage Blackwells Urbane Publictations