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'Cockfosters' holds a mirror up to the way we live - the old, comfortable friendships and small, slight connections we make with the people we pass. From the middle-aged school friends on an unplanned journey to the end of the Piccadilly Line to the recipe written to a daughter on the verge of adulthood, Helen Simpson writes with great warmth, wit and candour about the complexities of modern life
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"This collection is a joy"
Bookseller||"Helen Simpson is a vital (and pleasurable) voice"
Independent on Sunday||"These uplifting and sensitive tales act like a guide to 'the next phase' - whatever that may bring."
Daily Mail||"Cockfosters is elegant, sane, and - while remaining firmly rooted in ordinary life - gently ground-breaking."
Sunday Times||"Over the course of a quarter century, Simpson has assembled a body of work that delivers one of literature's richest accounts of the post-war lives of girls and women."