Talk of the Town - Jacob Polley Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Jacob Polley / ISBN: 9780330509930 / Publication Date: 2009 / Publisher: Picador
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'A moving and unmissable debut' Chris Cleave
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by - written on 05/02/12 (Very useful, 93 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== Christopher Hearsey is a fourteen year old boy enjoying the last few days of the school summer holidays. The year is 1986 and he lives in Carlisle with his Mum and Dad and younger sister. But Chris is becoming more concerned by the disappearance of his best friend Arthur who has not been seen for several days. So after talking to a few local characters on the local scene he finds out his friend unknown to him has been seen with a girl from down his street so he goes to visit her (Gill Ross) to see if she can shed any light on this matter. Meanwhile the town is still coming to terms with the tramp who was burnt to ... Read the complete review
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