Sam Leith

Sam Leith

London dweller Sam Leith was, until recently, the Literary Editor of the Telegraph. He now writes for many leading publications including the Guardian and the Evening Standard. His previous books, Dead Pets and Sods Law, have all won critical acclaim, but The Coincidence Engine is his first novel; a book already branded 'An invigorating blast of fiction' by William Boyd. When an Alabama junkyard’s scrap metal is ‘coincidentally’ blown into replica of a 737 airliner, the obscure agency, Directorate of the Extremely Improbable (DEI), are summoned by their head, Red Queen, into a ‘comic, paranoid romp across America’ (Michael Moorcock).

Watch the trailer for The Coincidence Engine here.

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