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"A Good Poem Understands Itself" — Emily Berry

November’s edition of Dear Poetry Editor at the Chicago Review of Books introduces us to Emily Berry, editor of The Poetry Review since December 2016. 696 more words


Sleep No More by P.D. James

Sleep No More: Six Murderous Tales by P.D. James

Review by Kylie Thompson

Rating: 4 stars

Genre: crime, mystery, short stories

Publisher: Faber & Faber/ Allen & Unwin… 440 more words

Kylie Thompson

#Review Nine Lessons by @nicolaupsonbook @FaberBooks #HistoricalFiction #NewRelease

Nine Lessons by Nicola Upson
Josephine Tey is in Cambridge, a town gripped by fear and suspicion as a serial rapist stalks the streets, and in the shadow of King’s College Chapel, Detective Chief Inspector Archie Penrose faces some of the most horrific and audacious murders of his career. 658 more words

Faber & Faber presents Ishion Hutchinson

Faber Members presents an evening with Ishion Hutchinson November 6, 2017, at Faber & Faber, Bloomsbury House, 74-77 Great Russell Street, London, UK. This event celebrates Hutchinson’s new collection,  342 more words


#Review and Q&A #SugarMoney by @blablafishcakes JaneHarris @FaberBooks 5*

*I received an arc via the publisher in return for an honest review*

Sugar Money by Jane Harris

Martinique, 1765, and brothers Emile and Lucien are charged by their French master, Father Cleophas, with a mission. 2,261 more words

Sugar Money - Jane Harris

One of the books that I have been most looking forward to, for quite some time, is Jane Harris’ Sugar Money. I was a huge fan of Harris’ debut… 1,573 more words


4 3 2 1 - Paul Auster

Faber & Faber 2017


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