Category Archives: rob spence

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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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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Dropping in at Edge Hill

The penultimate leg of my Something Rich and Strange tour can be found at Rob Spence’s blog, Topsyturvydom. Rob, for those of you who don’t know, is a proud Mancunian, a lecturer in English literature at Edge Hill University and, with Ailsa … Continue reading

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As I close the door behind me…

…I just wanted to alert you to a review of Little Monsters.It’s by Rob Spence on his blog Topsyturvydom, which, I’m pleased to see, has a link to Ben Goldacre. And to me. And now I really must go.

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