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The Glass Bell spotlight: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

To celebrate the absolutely stunning international bestseller The Tattooist of Auschwitz being shortlisted for the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award, I’m delighted to be sharing a little bit of the backstory behind the tale, kindly supplied by Heather Morris and her publisher Bonnier Zaffre, on Back to the Books. 1,797 more words

Second World War

Review: Night Flight To Paris - David Gilman

My version: Hardback
Genre: Historical Fiction Second World War, espionage
Head of Zeus
First published: 2018
Pages: 486
Bought, signed

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Transcription by Kate Atkinson

No one tells a story quite like Kate Atkinson, but truthfully, what I love most about her books is her incredible way of constructing a sentence, her wry, almost aloof, yet clearly affectionate way of engaging with her characters. 345 more words