The Playroom - Frances Fyfield Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751532517 / Author: Frances Fyfield / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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Pages: 368, Paperback, Sphere
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
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by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 142 readings)
I was wandering up London Road in Liverpool recently when I spotted a box of books outside a second hand bookshop priced at 10p each. 10p! Never able to resist a bargain I dived in and surfaced with a handful of books, amongst them a hardback copy of this one by Frances Hegarty, better known as Frances Fyfield. The name wasn't familiar to me, but high praise from Rendell, Forster and Mantel on the cover and a glance at the first page persuaded me to part with my lucre. I have since discovered she is an award winning author, praised by some as a 'grande dame' of crime fiction, but I wouldn't know as I only dip into the genre now and then. This is her fourth novel, ... Read the complete review
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