Monthly Archives: December 2013

Burial Rites, by Hannah Kent

I recently reviewed this book for Trip Fiction. The review begins: “Fiction can provide us with the chance to travel in time as well as in space, on a double trip as it were, and Hannah Kent’s first novel, Burial Rites, … Continue reading

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Books, by Charlie Hill, and Curtains, by Victor Olliver

Charlie Hill’s Books – at least in part – is set among the shabby shelves of the kind of independent bookshop all too rarely found these days in provincial England: in this case, Birmingham. Its hero, Richard Anger – Hill’s explicit … Continue reading

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