In more than two decades since Zadie Smith burst onto the literary scene with her debut novel, ‘White Teeth’, her books, essays and short stories have continued to enjoy commercial and critical success. Her latest novel brings to life the story of the Tichborne case – one of the lengthiest trials in British history and one that enthralled Victorian England. Robert Bound is joined by Alex Peake-Tomkinson and Alex Preston to review Smith’s first foray into historical fiction.

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