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British Authors
Sunny Solomon

How It All Began

HOW IT ALL BEGAN I can’t say why it has taken me so long to read a Penelope Lively novel. I can say I’m sorry

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

East of the Sun

East of the Sun Julia Gregson’s novel, East of the Sun, invites her readers to join the “fishing fleet.” I happily did so, and thus

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

Susan Hill x Three

THE VARIOUS HAUNTS OF MEN  –  THE PURE IN HEART  – THE RISK OF DARKNESS Susan Hill’s Simon Serrailler series features an introspective chief superintendent

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Art
Ann Ronald

Headlong

HEADLONG Not only is Michael Frayn’s novel, Headlong, an artful narrative about artistic theft; it’s also an intelligent and provocative primer on the life and

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

The Versions of Us

Imagine that moment in time when you first met someone who would change the course of your life. Then imagine what might have happened had

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

The Paying Guests

The Paying Guests Sarah Waters’ NeoGothic ingenuity astonishes me. With every novel she writes, she tweaks my inner Charlotte Bronte, my inner Emily Bronte, my

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British Authors
Ann Ronald

What She Left

What She Left These characters are not likeable at all!!! Not a single man or woman in T. R. Richmond’s novel, What She Left, is

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Biography
Ann Ronald

Queen’s Gambit

Queen’s Gambit: A Novel of Katherine Parr Successful historical novels draw the reader into a bygone milieu, bringing historic characters to life while describing colorful

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British Authors
Neal Ferguson

Testament of Youth

Vera Brittain was in many ways a typical female product of a slightly repressive, prosperous, late Victorian family. Despite the potential stultification, she developed an

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