Commissioned to write about a disastrous attempt to create an estate around a medieval abbey in Wales, a London writer is sidetracked by a series of bizarre suicides in the secret defense industries, and by witnesses who claim to know the truth ...
about a decades-old murder case. He employs a burned-out media man named Kaporal to research these events, only to find himself accused of murder. Featuring 20 black-and-white illustrations, Landor's Tower is an intriguing tapestry of fiction, history, and autobiography. "Iain Sinclair is the most inventive novelist of his generation." Peter Ackroyd