Trick or Treat - Lesley Glaister Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747559856 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lesley Glaister / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 192 Pages / Book is published 2002-08-05 ... more
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A black comedy about what happens when a life - long grudge turns ...
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by - written on 22/06/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Background: I was browsing around my local bookshop looking for something different to read. I wanted a new author that I had not tried before and I came across Lesley Glaister. After consulting the back cover of the book, I liked the idea behind this book so I bought it. It was in the sale too so I saved 40% of the original cost. About the Author: Lesley Glaister was born in Wellingborough, Northampton in 1956. She was discovered by the Novelist Hilary Mantel at a course in 1989. As a result she was recommended to her literary agent. So far she had written twelve books with the one I'm reviewing being just her second written back in ... Read the complete review
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