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Futile preoccupations…?

A few weeks ago Rob at the Fiction Desk reviewed Any Human Face and, with great generosity, gave away ten free copies of the novel. One of the copies went to the man behind the book blog His Futile Preoccupations… … Continue reading

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Snail-keeping and Sunday salons

Clare Dudman, author of A Place of Meadows and Tall Trees (which I’m currently reading and wholeheartedly recommend – but more of that later), has interviewed me for her Sunday Salon on her literary blog, Keeper of the Snails. We … Continue reading

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Two people, one bleeding

And here’s another review of Any Human Face, from The Fiction Desk this time. It’s typically perceptive and I particularly enjoyed this sentence: The character interactions are driven by Lambert’s interest in the way people react to power and vulnerability … Continue reading

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Any Human Face review

And I found this review of Any Human Face waiting for me when I turned on my laptop this afternoon… Here’s a taste of it. This is an unusual book in that it has everything – love, suspense, moral conflict, … Continue reading

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Any Human Face launch

Any Human Face had its official UK launch yesterday evening in the Travel Bookshop, a place I wholeheartedly recommend for all your reading needs should you be in or near Notting Hill, and probably worth a specific trip for. (It … Continue reading

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UK launch

I’ll be reading from Any Human Face on Saturday, 3 July, at The Travel Bookshop in Notting Hill, London. Even better, I’ll be accompanied by Forward shortlisted poet Simon Barraclough, for an Italian-themed evening. This is the cover of Simon’s … Continue reading

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Disturbing…

Rob Spence reviews Any Human Face on Topsyturvydom, his highly recommended blog. It’s a great thrill when someone whose opinion you respect gets it, and Rob certainly gets it here. This is a taste of the review: This novel is, … Continue reading

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