The Curious Mystery of Miss Lydia Larkin and The Widow Marvell - Joolz Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Joolz / Kindle Edition / Book is published 2011-05-02 by Ignite Books
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by - written on 08/06/11, updated on 08/12/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I was a bit surprised by this book when it arrived. Joolz Denby is a punk poet, and has written four noir crime novels, including Billie Morgan, longlisted for the Orange Prize. This quirky little novella with a long title features a large black cat and recipes at the back. Has Joolz really written a cosy? No, not quite. This is a story of two strong women with special powers and a passion for justice. They first met at a stall for Amnesty International, the human rights campaigning organisation. Now they have moved into neighbouring houses in a rough area of Bradford. They offer some of the local children a safe place to hang out and their friendship, and ... Read the complete review
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