Shrines of Gaiety: Kate Atkinson’s Roaring Twenties Has Bandits, Molls, and Matriarchs

Once she started, Kate Atkinson’s career enjoyed a long run of success. Her debut work, Behind the Scenes at the Museum, in 1995, won the Whitbread (later Costa) Award. She will beat Costa two more times. She has successfully entertained millions of readers with a variety of books ranging from the Jackson Brodie detective series to her historical fiction.

Entertainment is a key feature of Atkinson’s excellent writing ability. She’s not trying to be smart – although she clearly is. She doesn’t try to preach – although her work often delivers profound messages about human nature. In essence, her books sell because they’re entertaining. And Temple of Gaiety provide quality entertainment services with large payloads.

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