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Living up to Morpurgo's previous successes, Listen to the Moon oozes charm and cinematic promise.
Rupert Smith
Review by Sally Hughes
This is a novel with real appeal to booklovers as it addresses the issues of writing, fiction, truth and the spaces inbetween.
No Safe House
Linwood Barclay
Review by Anahita Mody
In 2008, Linwood Barclay's debut novel, No Time For Goodbye, sold 1.8 million copies in one year.
Saving Grace
Jane Green
Review by Morag Adlington
Lock the door and switch off the phone because when you pick up Saving Grace you won’t put it down until it is finished.
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Sophie Kinsella
Review by Jade Craddock
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Review by Jade Craddock
Holly Peterson’s latest novel, The Idea of Him, tackles the issue of women falling in love with the idea of a man rather than the reality - and how far the two can be removed from one an

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