I keep thinking of 'Gulliver's Travels' which I love. (Peter Hewitt, Chief Executive, Arts Council England on 'Sedan - an entertainment - the part one')”
—Reverse cover jacket 'Sedan - the part two'
Phil Cosker (1946) was born in Cardiff, Wales. He’s been fascinated by fiction since his father told him a story in bed one Sunday morning when he was a small child. It was called ‘The clue of the bloodstained putty knife’. What made it particularly thrilling...
Causes Phil Cosker Supports
Oxfam, Amnesty International
Phil’s Favorite Books
Recently read: Jonathan Franzen 'Freedom', William Boyd 'Ordinary Thuderstorms', Orhan Pamuk 'The Naive and the Sentimental Novelist', Mickey Spillane 'I, the...