FT Reviews

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Unfortunately, Jill Slotover's reviews in the Financial Times can no longer be read online, except by the FT website's paying subscribers, so I can do no more than alert people to them.

In today's FTmagazine, Slotover commends the following:

Stripes Of The Sidestep Wolf by Sonya Hartnett
"Hartnett is an elelgant, eloquent writer and her laser-sharp observations of internal personal battles and the claustrophobic life of a small town are astute, atmospheric and deeply moving."

Millions by Frank Cottrell Boyce
"Boyce has a rare gift for sophisticated comedy..."

Knife Edge by Malorie Blackman
"Compelling, shocking and utterly chilling..."

Unique by Alison Allen-Gray
"Allen-Gray writes in an easy, readable style, raises stimulating questions, and offers a plot that keeps you hooked throughout."

Desire Lines by Jack Gantos
"A short, deceptively simple novel that gets into the heart of a vulnerable teenager and highlights the evils of withc-hunts."

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