Alice Thompson's first novel, Justine, was joint winner (with Graham Swift) of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction. For her second novel, Pandora's Box, she was shortlisted for the Stakis Scottish Writer of the Year. She has been Writer in Residence for the Shetland Isles and for St. Andrews University. In 2000 she won a Creative Scotland Award. Her work has been translated into six languages. She lives in Edinburgh.
St. Martin's Press
Thomas Dunne Books
Set in the early nineteenth century, Pharos is a dazzling ghost story from award-winning author Alice Thompson.
A young woman is washed up on the shores of Jacob's Rock, a remote lighthouse...