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Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett

Adam Haslett’s Imagine Me Gone spans a fourty year period.  It begins in the 1960s when Margaret, an American living in London, marries John, who while charming and charismatic has also been battling with depression since...

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My Top 14 Books for 2015

This year I read 104 novel, 4 of which I didn’t finish.  My two favourite novels of the year – that is two books you should read immediately if you haven’t already, were: A Brief History of Seven Killings by...

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  • This is a very good review by Paul Kincaid of an important book that, while, not on my best of list for 2017 makes… https://t.co/pm8TqKXuaL
    about 3 days ago
  • Nina Allan’s look at experimental fiction with a review of the brilliant The Fountain In The Forest by Tony White.… https://t.co/PuSlFVQAnd
    about 3 days ago
  • My review of Attrib. and other stories by Eley Williams (Influx Press) https://t.co/Z2QKMmIzof
    about 3 days ago

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