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Title, author and publisher
The Affair by Santa Montefiore, put out by Simon and Schuster
Number of pages 371
Why did you want to read this book
Someone from the Starts at 60 community page I write for recommended her work and because my first published series is based around an affair when a talented musical theatre performer married to a violent alcoholic falls in love with the newest recruit to his company – a young single mother who has her own horror story lurking in her recent past, I thought this would be a good one to dip my toe into to see if I enjoy the author’s writing style.
Review
So far so good – not too many chapters in yet to comment properly.

Title, author and publisher
The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim, by Jonathan Coe,
Published by Penguin Books
Number of pages 339
Why did you want to read this book?
Having read The Rain before it Falls, by this author, I was keen to read another.
Review
Moving, funny, querky, a real page turner and an easy read. Leaves you remembering the name of this author and wanting more.

Title, author and publisher
Maggot Moon, by Sally Gardner
Published by Hot Key Books
Number of pages 279
Why did you want to read this book?
My sister gave it to me, but at first I didn’t think it was ‘my cup of tea’ however, once I turned the first page I could not put it down.
Review
A most unusual story, beautifully written and gets you thinking you know what truth it is built around right to the end!
It would be suitable for young people as well as adults. I loved it and will not tell you about it because I feel you should read it for yourselves!

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