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Warlight by Michael Ondaatje (Jonathan Cape)

  “In 1945 our parents went away and left us in the care of two men who may have been criminals.”   I RECOMMEND that you do not read too many reviews of this brilliant contender for the Man Booker … Continue reading

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Sleep in Peace Tonight by James MacManus (Duckworth)

“The seaplane came into view just as the winter sun had begun to settle into the English Channel.” WOLF Hall for another era. Bring up the Brogue. We are at the court of king Winston. Britain 1941. The empire is … Continue reading

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