Angela Levin

Angela Levin

A compelling novel which echoes Madame Bovary in its depiction of unsatisfying marriage

Bland, self-serving and naive, Vicky Price’s ‘prison memoir’ contains not a jot of insight or introspection

The gemstone traders on London’s Hatton Garden have witnessed huge changes in attitudes towards marriage, but diamonds are forever

Outdated procedures make banks unfriendly places for married, working women

Washing your dirty linen in public is all the rage, at the cost of precious family loyalty