Genre: Memoir & Biography
Published: 1 August 2000
Publisher: Faber & Faber
International Rights have been sold to Germany/Carl Hanser Verlag

Celia’s Secret

by Michael Frayn

One day during the run of Michael Frayn’s play ‘Copenhagen’, a curious letter arrived from Celia Rhys-Evans, a housewife in Chiswick. She enclosed a few faded pages of barely legible German, which she thought might be relevant to the mystery at the play’s heart. The letter turned out to mark the start of a long and winding trail, as Frayn became first intrigued and then baffled by Celia’s secret.

"A perfectly formed - and, at 100-odd pages, eminently portable gem" - Daily Telegraph

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