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Robert Clifford is in Cairo to present his latest film for a festival prize. It has taken seven gruelling years of his life to make and is definitely NOT a film about his mother. But his moment in the spotlight is not quite as he scripted.
Angels of Cairo is a fast-moving, acerbic comedy told over a single day but capturing a lifetime of angst and self-doubt.
The author’s previous book The Golden Orphans was described by The Spectator as ‘intense, unnerving and brilliant’, and remained on the WHSmith fiction chart for six weeks.
‘A sharp, pacy novel that has all the best hallmarks of the literary thriller...’- Patrick McGuiness on The Golden Orphans