The Crimson Rooms - Katharine McMahon Reviews
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Newest Review: ... lives in Maida Vale, London with her widowed mother and elderly aunt. It's not a happy household, with all three mourning the ... more
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by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I hadn't heard of Katharine McMahon before, but this title came up in one of those "What I'm reading this summer" newspaper features, in which well-known authors and others tell you what's on their summer reading lists, and it sounded interesting, even though I'm not a particular fan of historical fiction. A previous McMahon novel, The Rose of Sebastopol, was a Richard and Judy recommendation, but don't let that put you off, because The Crimson Rooms is a cracker. The hardback cover, featuring a glossy woman in a red (crimson, I suppose) dress, isn't really representative of the content, although perhaps designed to appeal to those in search of a ... Read the complete review
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