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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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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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